tantulus, a, um (Demin. v. tantus), so klein, so gering, causa, Cic.: granum, Cic. – subst., tantulum, ī, n., eine solche Wenigkeit, ein so Weniges, Cic.: tantulo venierint, um so ein Weniges, Cic.: mit Genet.: tantulum morae, Cic. – dah. auch = nur soviel (es gleichs. an den Fingern zeigend), si ex eo negotio tantulum in rem suam convertisset, Cic.: videtur discipulus magistro tantulum de arte concedere, Cic.

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