vix-, vixi-

(Latin: barely, scarcely, with effort, with much difficulty)

Amare et sapere vix deo conceditur.
Even a god finds it hard to love and be wise at the same time.
Vix distat summus ab imo.
The loftiest is scarcely removed from the lowest.
Vix ea nostra voco. (Latin)
Translation: "I scarcely call these things our own."

Another translation: "With difficulty do I call these things ours."

Vix ulla lex fieri potest quae omnibus commoda sit, sed si majori parti prospiciat, utilis est.
Scarcely any law can be made which is adapted to all, but, if it provides for the greater part, it is useful.
vixdum, vix dum
1. Scarcely yet.
2. Hardly yet.
vixigregarious (adjective), more vixigregarious, most vixigregarious
Sparsely distributed; occurring in small, poorly defined arrangements: The desert brush was distributed across the valley in a vixigregarious manner primarily due to the scarcity of water.