pudice

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Etymology[edit]

From pudīcus (chaste; modest, shamefaced), from pudet (it shames).

Adverb[edit]

pudīcē (comparative pudīcius, superlative pudīcissimē)

  1. chastely, purely, respectably, decently
  2. bashfully, modestly
  3. virtuously

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