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ter adv. num.

cf. Gr. τρίς, tres, three times, thrice : in anno: is de se ter sortibus consultum dicebat, Cs.: ter aevo functus senex, H.—With numerals: ter quattuor corpora, Enn. ap. C.: Terni ter cyathi, H.: ter centum regnabitur annos, V.: ter denas vaccas Accipit, O.Thrice, repeatedly, again and again : Ter sese attollens, V.: Ter si resurgat murus aëneus, ter pereat meis Excisus Argivis, H.—In phrases with bis or quater , of indefinite repetition, two or three times, thrice or four times, often : bis terque: Terque quaterque, V.—With adjj., thrice, very, exceedingly : Felices ter et amplius, quos, etc., H.: o terque quaterque beati! V.: qui ter amplum Geryonen Compescit, trebly vast , H.

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