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abdĭtus
adjective perfect participle I class

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1 perfect participle of [abdo]
2 hidden, secret, out of the way, secluded
3 (meaning, thought) obscure, abstruse

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abdito = in secret (= ablative) || abditus carceri = shut in a dungeon || abditae sententiae = concepts not revealed yet || abdita rerum = still unknown ideas || ea in insulam Seriphon abdita est || abditarum causarum notitia = knowledge of hidden causes || abditi intra muros = holed up within the walls || aliquid sub veste abditum habeo || abditi in tabernaculis suum fatum querebantur = hidden in the curtains, they lamented their fate || abdito intra vestem ferro = having hidden a dagger under the garment || abditos principis sensus exquiro = to try to discover the secret thoughts of the prince || abditis pecuniis per occultos aut ambitiosos sinus = hiding money in the pockets of people (= thanks to people) obscure or influential || ceterarum artium studia fere reconditis atque abditis e fontibus hauriuntur


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