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prōdigium ī, n

prod-+3 AG-, a prophetic sign, token, omen, portent, prodigy : multa prodigia eius numen declarant: (lunam deficientem) nullum esse prodigium: non mihi iam furtum, sed monstrum ac prodigium videbatur, i. e. a monstrous and unnatural crime : Harpyia Prodigium canit, V.: nuntiare, S.: in prodigium accipi, Ta.: prodigiorum perita, L.: Prodigio par est cum nobilitate senectus, Iu.A monster, prodigy : Non ego prodigium sum, O.: triplex, i. e. Cerberus , O.

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