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deinde (in poetry two syll.), or dein (in poetry one syll.), adv.

de + locat. suffix -im + demonstr. -de.—In space, then, next, thereafter, thence : via interest perangusta, deinde paulo latior patescit campus, L.: duo binis pedibus incisim, dein membratim, etc.: iuxta Hermanduros Narisci, ac deinde Marcomanni, Ta.—In time, thereafter, afterwards, then, next, immediately : complurīs occiderunt, deinde se in castra receperunt, Cs.: latae deinde leges, L.: alia deinde alia loca petere, roam from place to place , S.: unguibus et pugnis, dein fustibus, Pugnabant, H.: deinde faciundi licentia, of repeating the offence , S.: primum suo, deinde omnium ex conspectu remotis equis, Cs.: ... deinde ... deinde ... post ... tum vero: deinde postea: post deinde, T.: deinde postremo: deinde ad extremum. — Of future time, next, the next time, then : quas ad te deinde litteras mittemus: Quae nunc deinde mora est? any longer , V. —Adding a new fact or argument, afterwards, next in order, then, besides, also : deinde etiam vereor, ne, etc.: primum ... deinde (three times): primum ... deinde (eight times) ... postremo, C.: excellente tum Crasso, deinde Philippo, post Iulio, in the second rank.—Then, therefore, naturally, of course : qualis nostra virtus fuerit, talem deinde fortunam urbis fore, L.

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