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īrācundia ae, f

iracundus, a proneness to anger, hasty temper, irascibility: permitto aliquid iracundiae tuae.—Anger, wrath, rage, passion, violence: prae iracundiā non sum apud me, T.: cotidie aliquid iracundiae remittebat: suam rei p. dimittere, sacrifice to the state, Cs.: iracundiā exardescere: indiligentiae suae ac doloris, excited by, Cs.: sine iracundiā dico omnia, dispassionately: iracundiae inplacabiles.

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