Definition of quaesitus
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LEM
quaesītus, quaesīta, quaesītum
adjective (2-1-2)
  1. sought out, select, special
  2. [as subst n.] an acquisition, earnings, store
  3. sought out, inquired
  4. [as subst n.] a question, inquiry
  5. artificial, far-fetched, studied, affected, assumed
Abbreviations
quaesītus adj. with comp. and sup. P. of quaero, sought out, select, special: leges quaesitiores, Ta.: quaesitior adulatio, Ta.: quaesitissimi honores, Ta.

—As subst n., an acquisition, earnings, store: mus Asper et attentus quaesitis, H.: genus Quaesitique tenax, et qui quaesita reservent, O.

— Sought out, inquired

— as subst n., a question, inquiry: Accipe quaesiti causam, O.

—Artificial, far-fetched, studied, affected, assumed: vitabit etiam quaesita nec ex tempore ficta: ut numerus non quaesitus, sed ipse secutus esse videatur.
 
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