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dēliciae ārum, f

de + 1 LAC-, a delight, pleasure, charm, allurement, luxury, voluptuousness : deliciarum causā: deliciis diffluentes: longissime a talibus deliciis abesse: amores et hae deliciae quae vocantur, pleasures : muliebres, Ta.: educationis, tenderness , Ta.: tibi in deliciis fuit, a favorite : in deliciis viperam illam habere: non talium animus deliciarum egens, H.: Nec tibi deliciae faciles contingent, no cheap boon , O.A favorite, delight, darling, sweetheart, beloved : vestrae, Antonius: Volcatius, tuae tuorumque deliciae: Corydon ardebat Alexim, Deiicias domini, V.: delicias hominis, a precious fellow! Iu.

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