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ūber eris, n

cf. οὖτηαρ; Engl. udder, a teat, pap, dug, udder, breast : alit ubere fetūs, V.: distentum, O.: uberibus lupinis inhians: siccare ovis ubera, V.: Equina, H.: sua quemque mater uberibus alit, Ta.Richness, fruitfulness, fertility : fertilis ubere campus, V.A fruitful field, fertile soil : in denso non segnior ubere Bacchus, V.: vitibus almis Aptius, V.

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