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cālīgō inis, f

2 CAL-, a thick air, mist, vapor, fog: picea, V.: atra, V.: noctem eadem caligo obtinuit (i. e. nebula), L.: Boreas caligine tectus, i. e. dust and clouds, O.—Meton., darkness. obscurity, gloom: cum altitudo caliginem oculis obfudisset, i. e. had caused dizziness, L.: in tantā caligine, L.: obscura: caeca, V.: inter caliginis umbras, O.: caligo ac tenebrae, Cu.: quod videbam ... quasi per caliginem.—Mental darkness, confusion, ignorance: illa, quam dixi: caecā mentem caligine consitus, Ct. — Calamity, affliction, gloom: caligo bonorum, tenebrae rei p.

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