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virgō inis, f

VERG-, a maid, maiden, virgin: illa Vestalis: bellica, i. e. Pallas, O.: Saturnia, i. e. Vesta, O.: virgo filia: dea, i. e. Diana, O.: notae Virginum poenae, i. e. of the Danaides, H.: Virginum absolutio, i. e. of the Vestals: Virgines sanctae, the Vestals, H.: Iam redit et Virgo, i. e. Astrœa, V.A young female, young woman, girl: infelix V.: Virgines nuptae, H., O.A constellation, the Virgin, Virgo, C.—In the phrase, Aqua Virgo, an aqueduct in Rome, now Fontana Trevi: artūs Virgine tinguit aquā, O.; cf. gelidissima Virgo, O.

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