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lūctus ūs, m

LVG-, sorrow, mourning, grief, affliction, distress, lamentation : filio luctum paras, T.: cum maerore et luctu vitam exigunt, S.: suum luctum patris lacrimis augere: tantus luctus excepit (multitudinem), ut, etc., Cs.: luctus suus vestis mutatione declarandus: muliebris, H.: luctum inportare sibi, Ph.: dare animum in luctūs, O.: multis in luctibus senescere, Iu.Signs of sorrow, mourning, mourning apparel, weeds : erat in luctu senatus: diebus triginta luctus est finitus, L.A source of grief, affliction : levior, O.: luctūs suos tradit, O.—Person., Grief , V.

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