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ĭtĕrum (collat. form ‡ ĭtĕro, Inscr. ap. Fea Framm. di Fast. Cons. Tav. 10, n. 26), adv. acc. sing. n. of compar. form from pronom. stem i- of is; cf. Sanscr. itara, the other; Hibern. itir,
I.again, a second time, once more, anew.
II. Transf., in turn, again, on the other hand: “cum is iterum sinu effuso bellum dare dixisset,having loosed again the fold, Liv. 21, 18 fin.; Just. 21, 4, 6: “pares iterum accusandi caussas esse,Tac. A. 12, 65.
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