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gurges itis, m

GVOR-, a raging abyss, whirlpool, gulf : Rheni fossa gurgitibus illis redundans: turbidus caeno, V.: per medios gurgites, L.: hauriebantur gurgitibus, L.: Stygius, O.: caenosus, the Styx , Iu.Waters, a stream, sea : Iberus, V.: gurgite ab alto, abyss , V.: Herculeus, i. e. the Atlantic , Iu.—Fig., an abyss, gulf : libidinum: qui est gurges vitiorum: patrimoni, spendthrift .

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