primitus

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From prīmus ‎(first).

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prīmitus (not comparable)

  1. originally, at first
    • 426 CE, Aurelius Augustinus Hipponensis, City of God 15.8
      Sed pertinuit ad Deum, quo ista inspirante conscripta sunt, has duas societates suis diuersis generationibus primitus digerere atque distinguere []
      But it suited the purpose of God, by whose inspiration these histories were composed, to arrange and distinguish from the first these two societies in their several generations []

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