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Lewis : pigritia

pigritia, pīgrĭtĭa, ae, and pī^grĭtĭes, ēi, f. id., sloth, sluggishness, laziness, indolence (cf.: desidia, socordia, inertia, segnities). Lit.: pigritiam definiunt metum consequentis laboris, Cic. Tusc. 4, 8, 18: propter pigritiam aut ignaviam, id. Off. 1, 29, 102: noli putare pigritiā me facere, quod non meā manu scribam, id. Att. 15, 15: et haesitatio, Petr. 85: nox Romanis pigritiem ad sequendum fecit, Liv. 44, 42, 9: lentae crimine pigritiae, Mart. 11, 79, 2.

Transf. Tu das ingenuae jus mihi pigritiae, honorable repose, leisure, Mart. 12, 4, 6.

Stomachi, weakness of the stomach, Sen. Prov. 3, 6.