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[42] aestus et unda; that is, says Crispinus, Unda aestuosa; unda quae est aestus; 'The tide.' But I have rather chosen to express both ideas in the translation, the tide and waves. aestus simply is often by the poets used for the tide. Thus Virgil says, Furit aestus areas.

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