contemplābilis, e (contemplor), a) passiv = sichtbar, Cl. Mam. de stat. anim. 1, 14; 2, 4, 2. Chalcid. Tim. 135 u. 237. – b) aktiv = zielend, artifex, Amm. 23, 4, 2: dextera, Amm. 30, 5, 16.

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