Definition of natus, gnatus
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LEM
nātus
(gnātus)
adjective (indeclinable)
  1. born, made, destined, designed, intended, produced by nature, fit
  2. constituted by nature
  3. [in the phrases, pro re nata_, or old e re nata_] under present circumstances, as matters are
  4. [with a phrase expressing time] old, of the age of
  5. [as subst m.] a son
Abbreviations
nātus (gnā-) adj. P. of nascor, born, made, destined, designed, intended, produced by nature, fit: huic natus rei, ferundis miseriis, T.: non sibi soli: loca insidiis, L.: vir ad omnia summa: canor mulcendas natus ad aurīs, O.: in vanos tumultūs gens, L.: Nos fruges consumere nati, H.: animal tolerare labores, O.: nati in usum laetitiae scyphi, H.: dira in periuria linguae, O.: adversus Romanos hostis, L.: animal propter convivia, Iu.

—Plur n. as subst: terrā nata, productions of.

— Constituted by nature: non scripta sed nata lex: ita natus locus est, L.: versūs male, H.

—In the phrases, pro re natā, or (old) e re natā, under present circumstances, as matters are: ut in iis pro re natā non incommode possint esse: E re natā melius fieri haud potuit, T.

—With a phrase expressing time, old, of the age of: eques annos prope XC natus: Cato annos octoginta natus excessit e vitā, at the age of.

—With maior or minor: annos natast sedecim, Non maior, T.: minor quinque et viginti annis natus, N.: homo annos maior quadraginta, over forty years old: liberi maiores quam quindecim annos, L.

—With plus or amplius: annos sexaginta natus es aut plus, T.: non amplius novem annos natus, N.

—As subst m., a son: crudelis, V.: caritas, quae est inter natos et parentes, children: Cum pecore et gnatis, H.
 
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