pusilânime

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From Latin pusillanimis (pusillanimous), from pusillus (very small) + animus (spirit).

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pusilânime m, f (plural pusilânimes; comparable)

  1. pusillanimous (showing cowardice)
  2. lacking in enthusiasm

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pusilânime m f (plural pusilânimes)

  1. one who is pusillanimous; a coward
  2. one who lacks enthusiasm

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