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cibus ī, m

food, victuals, nutriment, fodder: Cibum capiet cum , T.: advorsus famem, non lubidini erat, S.: suavitatem cibi sentire: sumere, N.: tantum cibi et potionis adhibendum: facillimus ad concoquendum: se cibo iuvare, Cs.: animalis, nourishment in the air: celare cibis fallacibus hamos, bait, O.: dediti somno ciboque, Ta.: cibus omnis in illo Causa cibi est, causes hunger, O.—Prov.: E flammā petere cibum, i. e. to snatch victuals from a funeral pyre, T.—Fig., food, nourishment, sustenance: humanitatis: flammae, O.

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