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tute

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Esperanto

Adverb

tute

  1. entirely

Italian

Noun

tute f.

  1. Plural form of tuta.

Latin

Etymology

From tu meaning "you" + te meaning "you".

Pronoun

tūtē

  1. you self, you yourself
    Tute dicebas!
    You yourself were speaking!
    Tute tibi imperes.
    You youself should order you.
    Ut tete mihi praecepisti.
    As you yourself has tough me.
    • Tusculanarum Disputationum Marcus Tullius Cicero
      Tibi si recta probanti placebis, tum non modo tete viceris.
    • Ennius
      O Tite tute Tati, tibi tanta, tyranne tulisti!
      O thou tyrant, Titus Tatius, such great troubles you brought upon yourself! (By Ennius)
    Hoc etiam quod scribo, pendet plerumque ex aliorum sententia et auctoritate; nec ipse forsan insanio, sed insanientes sequor. Atqui detur hoc insanire me; Semel insanivimus omnes, et tute ipse opinor insanis aliquando, et is, et ille, et ego, scilicet.
    This that I write depends sometimes upon the opinion and authority of others: nor perhaps am I frantic, I only follow madmen: But thus far I may be deranged: we have all been so at some one time, and yourself, I think, art sometimes insane, and this man, and that man, and I also.

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