Definition of lentus
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Orthography ID = 1009202
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LEM
lentus, lenta, lentum
cf. lenis
adjective (2-1-2)
  1. pliant, flexible, tough, tenacious, sticky, viscous
  2. at rest, slow, sluggish, immovable
  3. [figuratively] delayed, lingering, slow
  4. easy, calm, indifferent, unconcerned, phlegmatic
Abbreviations
lentus adj. with comp. and sup. cf. lenis, pliant, flexible, tough, tenacious, sticky, viscous: viburna, V.: flagellum, Ph.: pituita, H.: Lentior salicis virgis, O.: gluten visco lentius, V.: Lentis adhaerens bracchiis, tenacious, H.: prensare manu lentissima bracchia, senseless, H.

—At rest, slow, sluggish, immovable: in umbrā, V.: in lento luctantur marmore tonsae, motionless, V.: asinus, Ph.: remedia, Cu.: fori harena, Iu.

—Fig., delayed, lingering, slow: funus matris, Iu.: Spes, O.: uteri pondera, Pr.: amor, H.: in dicendo, drawling: ira deorum, Iu.: risus, indifferent, H.: lentos Pone fastūs, reluctant, O.: infitiatores, backward: negotium, tedious: ubi lentus abes? where do you loiter? O.

—Easy, calm, indifferent, unconcerned, phlegmatic: genus ridiculi patientis ac lenti: spectotor, H.: lentissima Pectora, insensible (to love), O.: in dolore suo, Ta.
 
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