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furia ae, f

FVR-, a fury, scourge, curse : furia ac pestis patriae (Clodius): iuvenem tamquam furiam huius belli odi, L.: voces furiarum duarum, witches , H.—In plur, violent passion, rage, madness, fury (poet.): ob noxam et furias Aiacis, V.: ubi concepit furias, became furious , V.: Ergo omnis furiis surrexit Etruria iustis, just wrath , V.The three goddesses of vengeance, Furies (Alecto, Megaera, and Tisiphone): ut eos agitent Furiae: scelerum Furiis agitatus Orestes, V.: demens actus Furiis, driven mad by , H.Avenging spirits, tormenting spirits : furiae Catilinae: amens, agitantibus furiis sororis Tullia, L.

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