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faenus or fēnus (not foen-), oris, n

FEV-, the profit of capital, interest, usury : magnum: grande: pecunias eis faenori dabat: renovato in singulos annos faenore: faenus ex triente Id. Quinct. factum erat bessibus: positis in faenore nummis, H.: faenore omni solutus, H.: pecunias faenore auctitabant, Ta.: duas faenoris partes in agris conlocare, i. e. of the capital , Ta.: lato fenore exuberat, i. e. wide-spread investments , Ta.Increase, gain, profit, advantage : reddere cum faenore: venit magno fenore amor, Pr.

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