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rabiēs —, em, e, f

RAB-, rage, madness, frenzy : velut iniectā rabie ad arma ituri, L.: Statque canum rabie (Scylla), i. e. canibus rabidis, O.—Fig., violent passion, extreme excitement, rage, anger, fury, fierceness, eagerness : huius rabies quae dabit, i. e. what he will do in his furious love , T.: sine rabie: Archilochum proprio rabies armavit iambo, H.: civica, the fury of civil war , H.: edendi, V.: Et rabie fera corda tument, i. e. inspiration , V.: fatalis temporis, L.: ventorum, O.: Canis, fierce heat , H.: ventris, i. e. ravenous hunger , V.

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