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auris is, f

2 AV-, the ear (as the organ of hearing): aurīs adhibere, to be attentive: admovere aurem, to listen, T.: tibi plurīs admovere aurīs, bring more hearers, H.: erigere: applicare, H.: praebere aurem, to give attention, listen, O.: auribus accipere, to hear: bibere aure, H.: alqd aure susurrat, i. e. in the ear, O.: in aurem Dicere puero, i. e. aside, H.: ad aurem admonere: in aure dictare, Iu.: Cynthius aurem Vellit (as an admonition), V.: auribus Vari serviunt, flatter, Cs.: in aurem utramvis dormire, to sleep soundly, i. e. be unconcerned, T.Plur, the ear, critical judgment, taste: offendere aures: elegantes: alcius implere, to satisfy: in Maeci descendat aures, H.The ear of a plough, earth-board, V.

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