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cumulus ī, m

2 CAV-, a heap, pile, mass, accumulation: Gallorum cumuli, i. e. of slain, L.: armorum cumulos coacervare, L.: aquarum, O.: harenae, V.: insequitur cumulo aquae mons, follows with its mass, V. — Fig., a mass, accumulation: acervatarum legum, L.—Meton., a surplus, overplus, accession, addition, increase: ut ad illam praedam damnatio Roscii velut cumulus accedat: mercedis: dierum, additional number: accesserint in cumulum, as an addition: aliquem cumulum artibus adferre: perfidiae, O.: cladis, as the crown of woe, O.: gaudii.

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