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damnum ī, n

3 DA-, hurt, harm, damage, injury, loss : hoc lucri quantum ei damni adportet, T.: damna aleatoria: civitatum damna: amissi corporis, Ph.: cohortium, Cs.: post damnum sic, etc., after your ruin , H.: aliena levare Damna, misfortunes , O.: damnum eius interitu fecerunt, suffered : damna ferenda arbitrari: accipere, H.: pati, to put up with , L.: Damna tulit, suffered , O.: ex quā (pace) ad rem p. damna pervenerint, S.: cum damna damnis continuarentur, defeats , Ta.: naturae, natural defect , L.: egestas facile habetur sine damno, i. e. has nothing to lose , S.: nec sibi damno foret, H.: Lingua fuit damno, O.A lost object (poet.): mater circum sua damna volans, her stolen brood , O.A fine, mulct, penalty : damnum inhibere, L.: tanto damno senatorem cogere: eos morte, damno coercent (leges).—In law: damnum iniuriā (datum), i. e. damage wrongfully done, trespass : ab Sabellio multam lege Aquiliā damni iniuriā petere: infectum, not suffered , i. e. threatened ; hence, satis dare damni infecti alicui, to give security against loss .

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