in-violātus


in-violātus
   in-violātus adj.,    unhurt, inviolate: involnerati inviolatique: amicitia: Visam inviolatus amnem, H.: fama, without reproach, S.—Inviolable: legati, nomen ad omnīs inviolatum: templum, L.: fides publica, S.

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