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vīscera um, n

cf. viscum, the inner parts of the body, internal organs, inwards, viscera, entrails: de putri viscere nascuntur apes, O.: in visceribus (tela) haerebunt: penetrant ad viscera morbi, O.The flesh: cum (tincta tunica) inhaesisset visceribus: quantum scelus est, in viscera viscera condi! O.: taurorum, V.The fruit of the womb, offspring, child: (Tereus) in suam sua viscera congerit alvum, O.: eripite viscera mea ex vinculis, Cu.; cf. Neu patriae validas in viscera vertite virīs, i. e. her own sons, V.— Fig., the interior, inmost part, heart, centre, bowels, vitals, life: itum est in viscera terrae, O.: montis (Aetna), V.: in venis atque in visceribus rei p.: de visceribus tuis satis facturus quibus debes: magnarum domuum, i. e. the favorite, Iu.

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