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flŭor , ōris, m. id.,
I.a flowing, flow (postAug.).
I. In gen.: “aqua natura res labilis et ad fluorem semper tam prona,Arn. 2, 84: “maris,Sol. 18; cf. in plur.: “fluores amnium,App. Flor. 348, 18: “lactis fluores,Nemes. Cyneg. 227: “intelligimus omnes ventos aëris esse fluorem,Arn. 6, 196: “imagines jugi fluore a corporibus manantes,App. Mag. p. 283, 25.—
II. In medic. lang., a flux, diarrœa: “fluore aeger,Cels. 3, 6 fin.: “solutio et fluor stomachi,Scrib. Comp. 108.
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