luxuriosus

See: dissolute
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Pessima illa, consule dimisso, nocte sequenti regem subsequitur qui Mindraio, prope pontem Beuronis milites dimiserat qui eam Aurelianis duxerunt; sicque rex luxuriosus domum suam sceleratis nuptiis, sub anathemate factis, replevit, et duos ex ea filios, Philippum et Florum, genuit.
Significantly, OE earge is sometimes used to gloss Latin adulter, peccatrix, luxuriosus and other words for socially inappropriate behaviours, fear being one of the immediate consequences of such acts.
luxuriosus, way'; 'petus: way, qui petit plures mulieres' (I, 148); 'petulans: way' (II, 3); 'las[c]ivo: way' (II, 5); 'lacivis: way'; (II, 6); 'lasciva: gallice way' (II, 30).