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Cras amet qui numquam amavit quique amavit cras amet -> May he love tomorrow who has never loved before; And may he who has loved, love tomorrow as well
Pervigilium Veneris

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Of men: Ar. and V. χρώς, ὁ (rare P.), χροιά, ἡ, P. τὸ ἔξωθεν σῶμα (Thuc. 2, 49).

Of an animal, hide: P. and V. δέρμα, τό, βύρσα, ἡ, δορά, ἡ (Plat.), V. δέρος, τό, δέρας, τό, ῥινός, ἡ (Eur., Rhes.).

Dressed skins: P. and V. διφθέραι, αἱ (Eur., Frag.).

Undressed skins: P. δέρρεις, αἱ.

Shield of hide: Ar. ῥινός, ἡ.

Garment of skins: V. σισυρνώδης στόλος, ὁ (Soph., Frag.).

Garment of goat-skin: Ar. and P. διφθέρα, ἡ.

Skin for holding wine: P. and V. ἀσκός, ὁ.

Skin of a serpent: V. χιτών, ὁ (Eur., I. T. 288).

Escape with a whole skin: see with impunity, under impunity.

v. trans.

Ar. and P. δέρειν, ἀποδέρειν ( Xen.), ἐκδέρειν (Plat., Euthydemus, 301. d.), absol. also, V. βύρσαν ἐκδέρειν (Eur., El. 824).