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lapsus ūs, m

2 LAB-, a falling, fall, slipping, sliding, gliding, running, flowing, flight : equi lapsu iacens, V.: lapsūs Tectorum adsiduos, Iu.: locus recenti lapsu terrae abruptus, a landslide , L.: (stellae) certo lapsu spatioque feruntur, course : medio volvuntur sidera lapsu, V.: volucrium lapsus, flight : celeri per aëra lapsu, O.: rotarum, i. e. rolling wheels , V.: morari fluminum lapsūs, H.—Fig., a failing, error, fault : ab omni lapsu continere temeritatem, i. e. refrain from blundering credulity : populares multi variique lapsūs, ways of losing popularity .

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