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prae-nuntĭus (praenunc- ), a, um, adj.,
I.that foretells or forebodes.—Subst.
A. praenuntĭus , i, m., a foreteller, harbinger, foreboder, an indication, token, omen (class.): “Zephyrus Veris praenuntius,Lucr. 5, 737: “lucis praenuntius ales,” i. e. the cock, Ov. F. 2, 767.—
C. praenuntĭum , ii, n., a harbinger, token, omen: “futuri eventus alicujus id praenuntium est,Plin. 2, 84, 86, § 200: “istarum procellarum quaedam sunt praenuntia,Sen. Ira, 3, 10, 2: “ignes,beaconlights, Plin. 2, 71, 73, § 181; v. Sillig N. cr. ad h. l.
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