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verēcundia ae, f

verecundus, shamefastness, bashfulness, shyness, coyness, modesty, shame, reserve: homo pudoris ac verecundiae particeps: magnam habet vim disciplina verecundiae: in rogando: apud me, L.: turpitudinis verecundia, a shrinking from: rei p., reverence for, L.: legum, L.A shame, disgrace, immodest act: quae verecundia est, postulare vos, etc., how shameful it is, L.: verecundiae erat pugnare, etc., L.A sense of shame: verecundia Romanos cepit, Saguntum sub hostium potestate esse, L.

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