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vestros, equivalent to subjective genitive, R. § 518.

sensurus, ‘capable of understanding.’ Cf. Virg. Aen.III. 359, “qui numina Phoebi, qui tripodas, Clarii laurus, qui sidera sentis et volucrum linguas et praepetis omina pennae”.

honores, ‘gift.’ The word is frequently used in this sense, especially of sacrificial gifts, as in 447, XIV. 128, Virg. Aen.I. 49.So it is used of the act of sacrifice, id. Georg.III. 486, “in honore deum medio”.

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