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For envy is a gadding passion, and walketh the streets, and doth not keep home: Non est curiosus, quin idem sit malevolus.
22, in which Augustine places the common term studiosus in contrast with curiosus, but limits the term studiosus to those who seek a general liberal knowledge.
Labhardt traces the usage of the word curiosus in addition to the word curiositas.
Considerations on Paleozoic Polyplacophora including the description ofP/asiochiton curiosus n.
Accipe igitur, quemadmodum homo curiosus iumenti faciem sustinens cuncta, quae in perniciem pistoris mei gesta sunt, cognovi.
Etymologically, "curiosity" derives from the Latin curiosus, "full of cares" or "careful.