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collum ī, n

the neck: in collum invasit, fell upon the neck: collo dare bracchia circum, V.: maternum, O.: complecti lacertis, O.: poenam collo sustinere: colla fovet, i. e. rests, V.: in laqueum inserere: laqueo pressisse, H.: aptare vincula collo, O.: colla servitio adsuescere, V.: caput et collum petere, to strike at vital parts: cameli adiuvantur proceritate collorum: sibila colla attollens (serpens), V. — Fig.: eripe turpi Colla iugo, H.: obtorto collo ad subsellia reducere: alcui collum torquere, drag to prison, L.: posuit collum in Pulvere Teucro, i. e. fell, H.—The neck (of a flask or bottle), Ph.; (of the poppy), V.

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