from The Century Dictionary.
- Lying hidden; latent; hibernating.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective rare Lying hid; concealed; latent.
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- adjective archaic Lying
hid; concealed; latent.
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Tonitrua supra modum timent: tunc omnes extraneos emittunt de domibus suis; et inuoluunt se in filtris nigris, in quibus latitant, donec transierit.
Item: Multi etiam ad pellendam frigoris asperitatem in cauernis latitant, quemadmodum Africani ad solis æstum vitandum.
Item: Multi etiam ad pellendam frigoris asperitatem in cauernis latitant, quemadmodum Africani ad solis 鎠tum vitandum.
"Isti sunt fratres mei milites tabulae rotundae, qui latitant in desertis"; his
The stars twinkled, as we have said, but they gave no light to the road; and on either side there were sundry brakes, and lanes, and hedges, and groups of trees which were sufficiently shady and latitant in the mid-day, and which certainly were impervious to any ray of light then above the horizon.