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thalamus ī, m

, τηάλαμος, an inner room, chamber, apartment: Pars secreta domūs . . . Trīs habuit thalamos, O.: Ferrei Eumenidum thalami, i. e. abode, V.: ubi iam thalamis se conposuere, in their cells (of bees), V.—A sleeping-room, bedchamber: natae, V.: thalami limina, O.—A bridal-bed, Pr.—Marriage, wedlock: thalami expers vitam Degere, V.: thalamos ne desere pactos, i. e. your promised bride, V.: quid thalamos alieni concipis orbis? i. e. in a distant land, O.

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