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jŭbar , ăris (m.: albus jubar, Enn. ap. Prisc. p. 658 P.; Auct. Aetna, 332), n. 1. juba,
I.the radiance of the heavenly bodies, light, splendor, brightness, sunshine.
I. Lit.: “it portis jubare exorto delecta juventus,Verg. A. 4, 130; cf.: jubar stella, quam Graeci appellant φωσφόρον vel ἕσπερον, Paul. ex Fest. p. 104 Müll.: quintus ab aequoreis nitidum jubar extulit undis Lucifer. Ov. F. 2, 149: “jubar aureus extulerat sol,id. M. 7, 663; cf. Val. Fl. 4, 93; cf. “of Aurora,Ov. F. 4, 944: “hanc animam interea, caeso de corpore raptam, Fac jubar,make into a constellation, id. M. 15, 840.—
II. Transf., a splendid appearance, splendor, glory, radiance: “non ille vultus flammeum intendens jubar, Sed fessus ac dejectus,Sen. Troad. 448: “purpureum fundens Caesar ab ore jubar,Mart. 8, 65, 4.
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