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auspicium ī, n

auspex, divination by the flight of birds, augury from birds, auspices: comitia auspiciis impedire: auspicia habere, authority to take the auspices, L.: observare, L.A sign, omen, divine premonition, indication by augury: optimis auspiciis ea geri: alitem auspicium fecisse, L.: melioribus auspiciis, under better omens, V.: cui (diviti) si libido Fecerit auspicium, i. e. an impulse, H. — Since only the chief in command could take the auspices for the army, command, guidance, authority: ductu auspicioque eius res gerere, L.: tuis Auspiciis confecta duella, H.: Illius auspiciis moenia victa, O.: maioribus ire auspiciis, i. e. of Jupiter himself, V.Right, power, inclination, will: meis ducere vitam Auspiciis, V.: populum paribus regamus Auspiciis, V.

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