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porrō adv.

PRO-, forward, onward, farther on, to a distance, at a distance, afar off, far : res, porro ab hac quae me abstrahat, T.: agere armentum, L.: Inscius Aeneas, quae sint ea flumina porro, V.—In time, of old, aforetime, formerly : quod porro fuerat, cecinisse putatur, O.Henceforth, hereafter, afterwards, in future : quid in animo Celtiberi haberent aut porro habituri essent, L.: Fac, eadem ut sis porro, T.: hinc maxima porro Accepit Roma, in aftertimes , V.—In order, again, in turn : audivi ex maioribus natu, qui se porro pueros a senibus audisse dicebant: aliis porro impertierant gaudium suum, L.—In transition, then, next, furthermore, moreover, again, in turn : civitati porro hanc fuisse belli causam, Cs.: Habonium porro intellegebat rem totam esse patefacturum: porro autem anxius erat, quid facto opus esset, S.

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