Definition of habitus
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1.
LEM
habitus, habitūs
HAB-
noun (m., 4th declension)
  1. a condition, state, plight, habit, deportment, appearance, presence, mien
  2. [of things] condition, habit, appearance
  3. dress, attire
  4. [figuratively] quality, nature, character
  5. a state of feeling, disposition
  6. [in philos.] moral culture
Abbreviations
habitus ūs, m HAB-, a condition, state, plight, habit, deportment, appearance, presence, mien: vir optimo habitu: corporis opimi: mediocris: oris et voltūs: habitūs corporum varii, Ta.: signa virginali habitu atque vestitu: Punicus, aspect, L.: muliebris.

—Of things, condition, habit, appearance: armorum, L.: temporum, L.: gentes variae habitu vestis, V.

—Of places: locorum, quality (of the soil), V.: Italiae, L.

—Dress, attire Punicus cultus habitusque, L.: ubi Dardanios habitūs vidit, V.: Romano (i. e. the toga), H.: pastorum, L.: nec alius feminis quam viris, Ta.: longos habitūs sumit, Iu.

—Fig., quality, nature, character: iustitia est habitus animi, etc.: rationis: Suo habitu vitam degere, Ph.: orationis.

—A state of feeling, disposition: ex praesenti eos aestimat habitu, L.: quis habitus provinciarum? Ta.

—In philos., moral culture.
 
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