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gemitus ūs, m

gemo, a sighing, sigh, groan, lamentation, complaint : ut urbe totā gemitus fieret: civium gemitu commoveri: clamor permixtus gemitu, S.: Gemitūs abstine, T.: extremos ciet gemitūs, V.: ad gemitūs volnerum, L.Pain, sorrow : Danai gemitu atque irā conlecti, V.—Of things, a groan, hoarse sound : gemitum dedere cavernae, V.: dat tellus gemitum, V.

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