aeternabilis


aeternabilis

aeternābilis, e (aeterno), ewiger Dauer fähig, unvergänglich, ewig, Cod. Theod. 5, 14, 8 u.a.: urbs, v. Rom, ibid. 11, 20, 3. – / Att. tr. 264 die Hdschrn. aeternabilem, Ribbeck (Aufl. 2) alternabilem.


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