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frīgus oris, n

FRIG-, cold, coldness, coolness, chilliness : patientia frigoris: frigus operiri, S.: opacum, V.: amabile, H.: tantum fuit frigus ut, etc.: ad magnitudinem frigorum remedium: propter frigora frumenta matura non erant, frost , Cs.The cold of winter, winter, frost : Lac mihi non frigore defit, V.: Ante focum, si frigus erit, V.: Per medium frigus, H.: loca remissioribus frigoribus, Cs.: intolerabilia frigora, L.A chill, fever, ague : temptatum frigore corpus, H.: qui Frigus conlegit, H.The coldness of death, death : letale, O.: illi solvuntur frigore membra, V.A cold shudder : Aeneae solvuntur frigore membra; Ingemit, etc., V.A cold region, cold place : non habitabile, O.—Fig., slowness, inactivity , O.A cold reception, coolness, indifference, disfavor : ne quis Frigore te feriat, H.

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