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sacer cra, crum, adj. with sup.

1 SAC-, dedicated, consecrated, devoted, sacred : aedes: aedificia: locus: iura sacerrima lecti, O.: luctus late, V.: aurum, L.: tus, O.: ales (as regarded in augury), V.: tempus, H.: commissum, a crime against religion : vitis (sacred to Bacchus), H.: robur, O.: aqua, H.: fontes, V.: sacer interpresque deorum Orpheus, H.: sacro Dianae celebris die, H.: terra sacra deorum est: Sacra Iovi quercus, O.: Cereri Polyphoetes, V.: mensis Manibus, O.—As nom prop. : legiones in Sacrum montem secessisse, to the Sacred mount (on the right bank of the Anio, three miles from Rome), L.: Sacra via, Holy street (between the Forum and the Capitol): Ibam forte viā Sacrā, H.Regarded with reverence, holy, awful, venerable : silentium, H.; cf. ut sacrosancti habeantur, quibus ipsi dii neque sacri neque sancti sunt, L.Devoted, forfeited, accursed, given over : sacer esto, H.: eum, qui cuiquam nocuerit, sacrum sanciri, L.: ut eius caput Iovi sacrum esset, L.Accursed, execrable, detestable, horrible, infamous : Auri fames, V.: Remi Sacer nepotibus cruor, H.

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