Definition of gravitas
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LEM
gravitās, gravitātis
noun (f., 3rd declension)
  1. weight, heaviness
  2. pregnancy
  3. unwholesomeness, oppressiveness, severity, heaviness
  4. disease, sickness
  5. [figuratively] heaviness, slowness
  6. harshness, severity
Abbreviations
gravitās ātis, f gravis, weight, heaviness: {*}er inane moveri gravitate: navium, Cs.: ignavā {*}equeunt gravitate moveri, O.

—Pregnancy, O.

— Unwholesomeness, oppressiveness, severity, heaviness, {*}ulness: caeli: loci, L.: morbi: soporis, O.: seniis, O.: annonae, dearness, Ta.: odoris, disagree{*}bleness, Ta.

—Disease, sickness: corporis: mem{*}rorum.

—Fig., heaviness, slowness: linguae.

— Harshness, severity: belli, L.: crudelitatem gravi{*}ati addidit, L.

—Of things, weight, importance: {*}rovinciae Galliae: civitatis, Cs.: sententiarum: versūs gravitate minores, H.

—Of persons, weight, dignity, gravity, presence, influence: inauditā gravitate praeditus: comitate condīta gravitas: cum gravitate loqui: oris, L.: Incolumi gravitate, without loss of dignity, H.
 
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