Definition of mendosus
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Orthography ID = 1009868
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LEM
mendōsus, mendōsa, mendōsum
adjective (2-1-2)
  1. full of faults, faulty, blemished
  2. [figuratively] erroneous, incorrect, defective, wrong
  3. [in writing] that commits faults, blundering
Abbreviations
mendōsus adv. with comp. mendum, full of faults, faulty, blemished: equi facies, O.

—Fig., erroneous, incorrect, defective, wrong: mendosum est, etc.: vitiis paucis natura, blemished, H.: mores, O.: historia mendosior.

—In writing, that commits faults, blundering: semper in Verruci nomine.
 
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