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incendium ī, n

in+CAND-, a burning, fire, conflagration: calamitosum, S.: in incendiis faciendis, Cs.: frumentum flumine atque incendio conruperunt, Cs.: nihil cogitant nisi incendia: neglecta solent incendia sumere virīs, H.: incendia gentes In cinerem vertunt, O.: socios inc<*> dia poscit, i. e. firebrands, V.—Fig., fire, flame, heat, glow, vehemence: in suas fortunas excitatum: incendio alieni iudici conflagrare, L.: cupiditatum incendiis inflammatus: incendia mitia, gentle passions, O.

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