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  • flŭvĭus: (in inscrr. also written FLOVIOS), ii ( I gen. plur.: fluvium, Val. Fl. 6, 391; flūviōrum scanned as a trisyllable, Verg. G. 1, 482), m. (access
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  • F. habe, quo melius cadat aut volvatur oratio. – II) fließendes Wasser: fluvius (der F. als fließendes Wasser). – flumen (der fließende Stoff, der das Fließen
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  • 4, 71. rapidē, Adv. (rapidus), reißend schnell, I) eig.: r. dilapsus (fluvius), Cic.: r. iter conficere, Suet.: rapidius venire alqo, Tac. – II) übtr
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  • rerum). – der Fluß wird durch Zuflüsse anderer größer, fluvius incursu aliorum fit grandior; fluvius alienis subinde aquis fit amplior. – es war ein großer
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  • navium capax: der Fluß ist für schwere Schiffe nicht ganz sch., graves naves fluvius non perfert. * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin
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  • rushing down from a mountain = torrens; sometimes for a large river, opp. fluvius (a common river); sometimes also for the ocean as flowing round the land;
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  • übervoll, I) eig., überflutend, wasserreich, v. Flüssen, fluvius abundantior aestate, Plin.: fluvius ceteris abundantior, Amm.: amnis abundantissimus, Cic
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  • stringitur: der Fluß ist für schwere Schiffe nicht zu b., graves naves fluvius non perfert: ein sehr befahrener Weg, iter rotis frequentissimum. – ein
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  • ausgedrückt, z.B. dieser (Fluß) kann an einigen Stellen durchwatet werden, is (fluvius) nonnullis locis vado transitur. II) ich kann od. man kann = es ist (mir)
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  • aus dem Lager b., e castris erumpere: der Fluß bricht aus seinen Ufern, fluvius super ripas effunditur. – die Sonne bricht durch die Wolken, sol inter nubes
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  • sonus, Curt.: Pontus semper extra meat in Propontidem, Plin.: Rhodanus fluvius ex Alpibus veniens per Lemannum lacum meat, Mart. Cap. – v. Himmelskörpern
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  • flŭvĭālis: e, adj. fluvius, I of or belonging to a river, river-, fluvial: undae, Verg. A. 9, 70; Ov. M. 1, 82: aqua, Col. 6, 22 fin.: harundo, Verg. G
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  • predom. and class. signif.; esp. freq. in the poets).    1    Of waters: fluvius, Plaut. Bacch. 1, 1, 52; id. Men. prol. 64 sq.: torrens, Verg. A. 2, 305:
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  • 344: suci, Ov. M. 14, 690: mite solum Tiburis, Hor. C. 1, 18, 2: mitis (fluvius) in morem stagni, Verg. A. 8, 88: flamma, harmless, innoxious, Sil. 16,
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  • of water; and concr., a flood, stream, flowing or running water (syn.: fluvius, amnis, rivus). I In gen. (mostly poet.): Romane, aquam Albanam cave lacu
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  • pars. – caput (Mündung). – der Fluß teilt sich in zwei, in mehrere Arme, fluvius in duas partes dividitur, in plures partes diffluit. – b) des Meeres, eines
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  • Veg. Mil. 2, 25: quia neque navium copia pro tempore erat, neque vadari fluvius poterat, Sulp. Sev. Chron. 1, 22, 3. (1) vădō, āre (vadum), tr., passer
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  • 6), 12: ad spurcos lacus, Juv. 6, 603.—Poet., of a river: deinde lacu fluvius se condidit alto Ima petens, Verg. A. 8, 66; cf. v. 74; of the Styx, id
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  • § 96: ita jactantur fluctibus, ut numquam adluantur, id. Sex. Rosc. 72: fluvius latera haec adluit, id. Leg. 2, 3, 6: flumen quo adluitur oppidum, Plin
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  • brick, Plin. 35, 14, 49, § 171.—    2    Transf.    a Etruscan: Lydius fluvius, i. e. the Tiber, Verg. A. 2, 781: ripa, the right bank of the Tiber, Stat
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