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fātālis e, adj.

fatum, of fate, ordained by destiny, decreed, destined, fated, fatal : Caesaris mors: necessitas: continuatio ordinis sempiterni: annus ad interitum urbis: deae, the Fates , O.: libri, i. e. the Sibylline , L.: arva, promised by fate , V.: lex, i. e. fatum, O.: labor, H.: ora fluminis, destined , O.: tam fatale est medicum adhibere, quam convalescere.— Dangerous, destructive, deadly : bellum: machina, V.: monstrum, H.: iudex (i. e. Paris), H.

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