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aurum ī, n

AVS-, gold: auri pondus: auri venae: carior auro, more precious than, Ct. — Prov.: montīs auri polliceri, T.The color of gold, golden lustre, brightness: spicae nitidum, O.: anguis cristis praesignis et auro, O.The Golden Age: redeant in aurum tempora priscum, H.: argentea proles, Auro deterior, O.An ornament, implement, or vessel of gold: plenum, a golden goblet, V.: ancillae oneratae auro, golden jewellery, T.: fatale, necklace, O.: aestivum, a light ring for summer, Iu.: fulvum mandunt sub dentibus aurum, a golden bit, V.: auro potiri, the golden fleece, O.Coined gold, money: auri indigere: Auri sacra fames, V.: otium non venale auro, H.A gilded yoke, V.

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