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parvus


parvus -a -um [little , small; slight, weak]; of time, [short]; of age, [young]; of value, [poor, insignificant]; n. as subst. [a little]. Compar. minor, [smaller, less]; of time, [shorter]; of age, 'minor (natu)', [younger]; of value, [inferior]. Superl. minimus, [smallest, least]; n. as adv. minimum, [very little]. Rare superl. parvissimus.


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