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aurŭla , ae, f. dim. aura,
I.a gentle breeze; trop. (in eccl. Lat.): “famae aurula,a puff of fame, Tert. Anim. 28 (an imitation of Vergil's tenuis famae aura, A. 7, 646): “Graecarum litterarum,a whiff of, Hier. Ep. 34.
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