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  • τινές. Theg sailed away to their several cities: P. ἀπέπλευσαν . . . ὡς ἕκαστοι κατὰ πόλεις (Thuc. 1, 89). Look up several on Perseus | Wiktionary | Wikipedia
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  • cf. aliquis, some, several, a few, not many (undefined in number; while nonnulli indicates an indeterminate selection from several persons, Caes. B. G
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  • (πολλός), Compar. zu multus, w. s. plus (gen.), pluris ADJ :: more; several. many; (COMP of multus) plus plus pla, plum ADJ :: X times as great/many
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  • Cŏlōnĭa: ae, f., I a name given to several colonial or provincial cities, but always, in the class. lang., with a more definite appellation; as Colonia
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  • Κάτων, -ωνος, ὁ. Căto: ōnis, m. 1. catus, I a cognomen of several celebrated Romans in the gens Porcia, Valeria, Vettia al. I M. Porcius Cato the elder
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  • a girdle, A. Supp.457.    2 Pass., that which is held together, esp. of several letters taken together so as to form one sound, syllable, βοᾷ . . γραμμάτων
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  • pugnabant mollia cum duris, sine pondere habentia pondus, Ov. M. 1, 20.—Several times repeated: si sine vi et sine bello velint rapta tradere, Plaut. Am
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  • Sĕvērus: i, m. 1. severus, I a proper name.    A Of several men.    1    Cornelius Severus, a poet in the Augustan age, Quint. 10, 1, 89; Ov. P. 4, 2,
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  • sense generally in connection with sacrae, divinae, deorum, and only when several temples are spoken of: aedes sacrae, Cic. Dom. 49; cf. Suet. Aug. 30, 100:
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  • Orion. Ancient sources tell several different stories about Orion; there are two major versions of his birth and several versions of his death. The most
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  • square pedestal or post; such pillars of Hermes stood, esp. in Athens, in several public places and before private houses, Macr. S. 1, 19; Serv. Verg. A.
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  • Calvus: i, m., I a cognomen of several persons, especially of the poet and orator C. Licinius; v. Licinius. Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus
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  • and 100 P.; Ter. Phorm. 4, 3, 6 Don.), adj., more than one, not a few, several, very many; as adj. or subst., wholly without comp. force (freq. and class
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  • ălĭquŏtĭes: (better ălĭquŏtĭens), adv. aliquot, I several times, at different times (now and then in Cic.; elsewhere rare): aliquotiens causam agere, Cic
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  • Phĭlippus: i, m., = Φίλιππος, I Philip, the name of several kings of Macedonia, the most celebrated of whom was the son of Amyntas, and father of Alexander
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  • ae, m. 1. catus. I L. Sergius, Catiline, a Roman who was notorious for several times attempting insurrections against his country, Sall. C. 1, 1 sqq.;
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  • float, swim), a ship, vessel of considerable size: Homer down; the Sept. several times for אנִי and אנִיָה.) η (ΑΜ ναῡς, Α ιων. και επικ. τ. νηῡς και δωρ
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  • ὁ, Darius (OPers.    A Dārayavauš 'upholder of the Good'), name of several kings of Persia; acc. to Hdt.6.98, = Gr. ἐρξίης (q.v.):—also Δαρειαὶος, X.HG2
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  • origin] Etymology: See Masson Emprunts sémit. 90, who discusses an rejects several hypoteses. Hübschmann Arm. Gramm. 395 compared Arm. p`andir, Osset. fändur
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  • fruit is a siliqua (pod) 12–25 mm long with an apical beak, and containing several seeds.
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