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rōs rōris, m

dew: nocturnum excipere rorem, Cs.: Rore mero ieiunia pavit, O.: pecori gratissimus, V.: vitreus, O.: gelidos rores.—A trickling liquid, drops, moisture: Arabus, i. e. perfume, O.: Spargens rore levi, i. e. water, V.: rore puro lavit Crinīs, H.: stillabat Ex oculis rorem, i. e. tears, H.: natos vitali rore rigabat, milk: pluvii, i. e. rain clouds, H.: spargit ungula rores Sanguineos, i. e. drops of blood, V.: Ionius, i. e. the sea, Pr.—Rosemary (usu. ros marinus, or ros maris): coronans marino Rore deos, H.: ut modo rose maris (coma) se Implicet, O.: apibus rorem ministrare, V.

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