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clādēs (clādis, L.) is, f

1 CEL-, destruction, injury, mischief, harm, misfortune, disaster, loss, detriment, calamity: importuna civitatis: Luctifica: magna, S.: captae urbis, L.: agrum omni belli clade pervastat, L.: urbs sine Milonis clade numquam conquietura, without ruining Milo: privatae per domos, the losses of particular families, L.: Cladibus pascere nostris, O.: Troiae Fortuna tristi clade iterabitur, H.—In war, a disaster, defeat, overthrow, discomfiture, massacre: magnam cladem in congressu facere, S.: accipere cladem, to be beaten, L.: magnam populo R. cladem attulit: non volnus super volnus sed multiplex clades, L.: illius noctis, V.: sine clade victor, i. e. without loss, H.A pest, plague: in ipsos Erumpit clades, O.A loss, maiming: dextrae manūs, L.A destroyer, scourge, pest: Libyae, V.Corruption: Hoc fonte derivata clades, etc., H.

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