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ōmen inis, n

2 AV-, a foreboding, prognostic, harbinger, sign, token, omen: voces hominum, quae vocant omina: accipio, inquit, omen, take it as a good omen: contra omina bellum poscunt, V.: ingens triumphi, Iu.: id in omen terroris acceptum, L.: ita locutus est, ut eius oratio omen fati videretur: detestabile: i secundo omine, go and good luck be with you, H.: parrae recinentis, H.: di prius omen in ipsum Convertant, V.: Cui (eam) primisque iugarat Ominibus, i. e. in her first marriage, V.A solemn assurance, condition: lege atque omine, ut, etc., T.A solemn usage: Hic sceptra accipere Regibus omen erat, V.

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