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nuptĭae , ārum (dat. nuptis, Inscr. Orell. 7421), f. plur. [nupta],
I.a marriage, wedding, nuptials.
II. Transf., of sexual intercourse: “cujus mater cotidianis nuptiis delectabatur,Auct. Her. 4, 34, 45; Just. 31, 6, 3; Petr. 26.—
b. Of a change of form, i. e. union with a new body: “illae suae monstruosae nuptiae, said of Lucius, who was transformed into an ass,App. M. 7, 22, p. 197.
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