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  • Ōceanus, ī, m. (Ὠκεανός), I) das Weltmeer, der Ozean, nach der Sage Gemahl der Tethys, Cic. u.a.: Oceanus Atlanticus, Solin. 56, 5: mare Oceanus, Caes
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  • Ozean, Oceanus. – der große O., mare maximum; Oceanus, qui terras cingit: der Atlantische O., mare Atlanticum. * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin
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  • Meer, mare (im allg.). – Oceanus. mare Oceanus (das große Weltmeer). – die spiegelblanke Fläche des Meeres, maris aequor od. aequora: das hohe M., altum
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  • (1) See1, die, mare (im allg.). – Oceanus (das große Weltmeer). – die hohe See, altum: die offene und wogende S., salum: die hoch gehende S., mare fluctibus
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  • des devorat, numquam abundat, id. Truc. 2, 7, 17 sq.—In apposition with Oceanus: proximus mare Oceanum in Andibus hiemarat, Caes. B. G. 3, 7, 2; Tac. H
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  • been long. Ὠκεᾰνός, οῦ, ὁ, I. Oceanus, son of Uranus and Gaia, Hes.: wedded to Tethys, sire of Thetis, Il.—Homer's Oceanus is a great River (ὠκεανὸς ποταμόσ)
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  • in immensum editus: der un. weite Ozean, vastissimusatque apertissimus Oceanus. – Unermeßlichkeit, immensitas; immensum. * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin
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  • Amalchius Ōceanus, m., partie de la mer Baltique : Plin. 4, 94.
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  • Nord no. I; od. im N. od. nach Norden hin liegend, wohnend etc., z.B. oceanus, populi, fenestrae). – in septemtriones spectans. ad septemtriones vergens
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  • Nordpol, septemtrio. – Nordsee, septemtrionalis oceanus (der nördliche Ozean). – mare Germanicum (der bei Germanien strömende Teil). – Nordseite, septemtrionalis
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  • Weltmeer, ocĕanus – od. umschr. illud mare, quod rebus humanis terminum voluit esse natura. * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin
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  • eo mari uti consuevisse: der Ozean wird selten (von Schiffen) befahren, Oceanus raris navibus aditur: die Küste wird von Kaufleuten befahren, ora mercatorum
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  • Τηθύς, -ύος, ἡ. Tēthys: yos, f., = Τηθύς,> I a sea-goddess, wife of Oceanus, and mother of the seanymphs and river - gods; acc. Tethyn, Ov. F. 5, 81:
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  • ოკეანოსი; kk: Океан; ko: 오케아노스; la: Oceanus; lb: Okeanos; lt: Okeanas; lv: Okeāns; mk: Океан; ml: ഓഷ്യാനസ്; mr: ओसिअॅनस; nl: Oceanus; nn: Okeanos; no: Okeanos;
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  • ოკეანოსი; kk: Океан; ko: 오케아노스; la: Oceanus; lb: Okeanos; lt: Okeanas; lv: Okeāns; mk: Океан; ml: ഓഷ്യാനസ്; mr: ओसिअॅनस; nl: Oceanus; nn: Okeanos; no: Okeanos;
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  • things: propitiis auribus accipitur, Sen. Suas. 1: propitius et tranquillus Oceanus, Flor. 3, 10: pax, Plaut. Trin. 4, 1, 18: voluntas, Nep. Dion, 9, 6. *
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  • (versum): marinae aurae undique versus assidui flatus, Just. 44, 1, 10: cum Oceanus omnes terras omnifariam et undique versum circumfluat, Gell. 12, 13, 20;
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  • 2, 173: Scythia, id. ib. 8, 790: regio (opp. perfervida), Col. 3, 1, 3: Oceanus, Juv. 2, 1; cf. pontus, Luc. 1, 18. * Look up in: Google | Google Books
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  • Atlas, as a designation for west-African, Libyan: finis, Hor. C. 1, 34, 11: Oceanus, the Atlantic Ocean, Claud. Nupt. Hon. et Mar. 280; cf. id. Prob. et Olyb
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  • 1, 76: canes, Claud. II. Cons. Stil. 301: litus, id. IV. Cons. Hon. 28: oceanus, id. B. Get. 202; Laus Ser. 40 et saep.—    C Brĭtannĭcus, a, um, adj.,
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