Definition of quietus
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LEM
quiētus, quiēta, quiētum
adjective (2-1-2)
  1. at rest, free from exertion, inactive, in repose
  2. undisturbed, free from agitation, quiet, peaceful
  3. inactive, taking no part, neutral
  4. [speech] calm, quiet
  5. [time] undisturbed, restful, quiet
  6. [figuratively] quiet, calm, unruffled, still, silent
Abbreviations
quiētus adj. with comp. and sup. P. of quiesco, at rest, free from exertion, inactive, in repose: Sex te mensīs quietum reddam, T.: aer, V.: amnes, flowing gently, H.: Quietiore ferri aequore, H.

— Undisturbed, free from agitation, quiet, peaceful: aetatem quietam traducere: quietā re p.: quieto exercitu pacatum agrum peragravit, L.: habuit post id factum quietiorem Galliam, Cs.: pacatissima et quietissima pars, Cs.: nihilo quietiora ea (hiberna) aestivis habuit, L.: nihil apud hostīs quietum pati, quo minus popularetur, etc., Ta.: omnia a bello, L.

—Plur n. as subst: quieta movere, the public tranquillity, S.

—Inactive, taking no part, neutral: ne Iugurtha quidem interea quietus erat, idle, S.: aut boni sunt aut quieti: quieto sedente rege ad Elpeum, L.

—Of speech, calm, quiet: sermo.

—Of time, undisturbed, restful, quiet: caelestium quieti dies feriae nominarentur: neque Iugurthae dies aut nox ulla quieta fuit, S.

—Fig., quiet, calm, unruffled, still, silent: homines: virtus, quae in tempestate saevā quieta est: quieto sum animo: quietus aciem exornat, quietly, S.: Quietus esto, inquam, don't be uneasy, T.
 
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