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pōns ontis, m

1 PAT-, a bridge : pars oppidi ponte adiungitur: pontem in Arare faciendum curat, has a bridge built over , Cs.: velut ponte iniecto transitum dedit, L.: Campanus, a bridge on the Appian Way leading into Campania , H.: amnem ponte iunxit, Cu.: ratis religata pontis in modum, L.: interscindere pontem, break down : recidere, Cu.: vellere, V.: partem pontis rescindere, Cs.: nusquam pons? (bridges being the resort of beggars), Iu.Plur: dies efficiendis pontibus absumpti, a draw-bridge , Ta.: pontīsque et propugnacula iungunt, V.A bridge, walk, connecting passage, scaffolding, gallery : operae Clodianae pontīs occuparant, i. e. the narrow gallery admitting voters to the saepta at the Comitia : socios de puppibus Pontibus exponit, planks , V.: Turris erat pontibus altis, galleries , i. e. stories , V.: naves pontibus stratae, decks , Ta.

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