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(salum ī), n

the open sea, high sea, main, deep (only sing, acc., and abl.): restituere non in salum, sed in ipsam urbem: in salum nave evectus, L.: pars (classis) in salo stetit, L.—The sea, ocean, waves: Fit sonitus spumante salo, V.: saxa Neptunus alto tundit salo, H.—The tossing of the waves: tirones salo nauseāque confecti, sea-sickness, Cs.— Fig., a sea: tam aerumnoso navigare salo, such a sea of troubles, C. poët.

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