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fās (only nom. and acc sing.), n

1 FA-, the dictates of religion, divine law : ius ac fas omne delere: ius ac fas colere, L.: exercere Fas et iura, V.: nec te portare Creüsam Fas sinit, the divine will , V.—Person.: audiat fas, L.Justice, equity, right, that which is proper : fas atque nefas Discernunt, H.: fasque nefasque Confusura, O.: ultra Fas trepidare, H.: fas omne abrumpit, obligation , V.—With est, it is lawful, is proper, is permitted : Nec fas esse, voluptate frui, T.: sicut fas iusque est, L.: quoad fas esset: huic legi nec obrogari fas est, neque licet, etc.: neque fas esse existimant, mandare, etc., Cs.: Fas omne est, fidere, etc., there is every reason , V.: cui litare fas habent, Ta.: anserem gustare fas non putant, Cs.: me natam nulli sociare, fas erat, V.: si hoc fas est dictu: quid, quod homini fas esset optare?: mihi iussa capessere fas est, I am bound , V.: tibi fas animum temptare, you are permitted , V.

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