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furor ōris, m

furo, a raving, rage, madness, fury, passion : cuius furor consederit: Ira furor brevis est, H.: furore impulsus, Cs.: Catilinae, S.: Iuno acta furore, V.: se comitem illius furoris praebuit: iam hic conticescet furor, excitement , L.: civilis, dissension , H.: multitudinis: simplexne furor (est) Perdere? etc., is it not worse than folly? Iu.: Mille puellarum furores, passions for , H.: ut tibi sim furor, a cause of anger , Pr.: maris, rage , Tb.: caeli, Ct.— Prophetic frenzy, inspiration : ea (praesagitio) furor appellatur: Ut cessit furor, V.: vaticinos concepit mente furores, O.Passionate love, eager desire : caeca furore, Ct.: equarum, V.: mille puellarum furores, H.A loved one, flame : sive mihi Phyllis esset Seu quicumque furor, V.—Person., the god of madness, Rage : inpius, V.

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