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vesper erī or eris, acc. vesperum, abl. vesperō or vespere (adverb. also vesperī), m

2 VAS-, the evening-star: rubens, V.: vespero Surgente, H.The evening, even, eve, even-tide: diei vesper erat, S.: serus, V.: cum, quid yesper ferat, incertum sit, L.: ad vesperum: sub vesperum, towards evening, Cs.: primo vespere, Cs.: litteras reddidit a<*> d. VIII Idūs Mart. vespere, in the evening: vesperi venire: neque tam vesperi revortor, so late, T.The evening sky, West, Occident: vespere ab atro, V., O.

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