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vērum ī, n

verus, the truth, reality, fact: interesse inter verum et falsum: verum dicere, T.: si verum quaerimus: minor est tua gloria vero, O.: controversia de vero, respecting fact: Nec procul a vero est, quod, etc., from the truth, O.: ars vera ac falsa diiudicandi: Qui species alias veris . . . capiet (i. e. alias ab iis quae verae sunt), H.Genit., in phrases with similis or similitudo (less correctly as one word, verisimilis, verisimilitudo): narrationem iubent veri similem esse, i. e. plausible: id quod veri simile occurrit, probable: veri similiora: res similis veri, L.: simillimum veri: quod est magis veri simile, Cs.Honor, duty: in senatu pars, quae vero pretium anteferebat, S.

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