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injūrĭa , ae, f. injurius,
II. Transf., injurious, unlawful, or unjust conduct.
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B. An injurious act, injury, outrage, insult, affront: “injuriarum multam dicere,Plaut. Poen. 5, 5, 57: “injuriarum dicam alicui scribere,Ter. Phorm. 2, 2, 15: actio injuriarum, an action for a personal injury or affront, Cic. Caecin. 12, 35: “periculum injuriae muliebris,Liv. 26, 49, 12: “agere injuriarum,Dig. 47, tit. 47: “teneri injuriarum,ib. 11: injuriarum experiri, ib. fin.: “injuriarum judicio convenire quempiam,ib. 13: “tantine injuria cenae?the insult of a dinner, Juv. 5, 9.—
C. Unjust severity, harshness, rigor: “(filius) carens patriā ob meas injurias,Ter. Heaut. 1, 1, 85; cf. “paterna,id. ib. 5, 2, 39.—
D. Revenge or punishment for injury inflicted: “injuria consulis, etiam si justa, non tamen in magistratu exercenda,Liv. 42, 1, 12: “injuria caedis nostrae,Verg. A. 3, 256.—
E. An unjust acquisition: “injuriam obtinere,Liv. 29, 1, 17.—
F. A damage, harm, injury of any kind, even that which proceeds from inanimate things: “ab injuria oblivionis aliquem asserere,Plin. Ep. 3, 5, 4: “pluviarum,Col. 11, 3, 7: “ignis,id. ib.: “frigorum, grandinum aut nivis,Plin. 13, 24, 47, § 134: “puellam vinculis onerat, ex quorum injuria decessit,Just. 43, 2: “comparere incolumem ac sine injuria,Suet. Aug. 14: “haerens injuria lumbis,pain, disease, Ser. Samm. 38, 452: “curandum ne magna injuria fiat fortibus,Juv. 8, 121.
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