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Lewis : corporalis

corporalis, corpŏrālis, e, adj. corpus, corporeal, pertaining to the body (post-Aug.; most freq. in the jurists): voluptates, Sen. Ep. 78, 22: sapientiam Stoici corporalem dicunt, id. ib. 117, 2: pignora, Dig. 1, 1, 15: possessio, ib. 13, 7, 40: dicimus quaedam corporalia esse, quaedam incorporalia, Sen. Ep. 58, 11.—Adv.: corpŏrālĭter, corporally, bodily, Petr. 61, 7; Dig. 41, 2, 1; Arn. 5, p. 168.