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īnsānia ae, f

insanus, unsoundness of mind, madness, frenzy, folly, senselessness: haec ad insaniam concupiverat, madly: adigis me ad insaniam, T.: quae tanta insania, cives? V.: summa, H.: nudus agas, minus est insania turpis, Iu.: hominum pugnandi cupidorum insaniae.—Person.: trepido voltu, O.—Fig., madness, excess, extravagance: libidinum: quam ab sano initio res in hanc insaniam venerit, L.: mota vino, O.Poetic enthusiasm, inspiration: amabilis, H.

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