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dēns dentis, m

ED-, a tooth : dentibus in ore constructis: eorum adversi acuti ... intimi, qui genuini vocantur, the front teeth ... grinders : puer, nondum omni dente renato, Iu.: dentīs exacuit sus, tusks , V.: viperei, O.: eburnei, elephants' : Indi, the elephant's , O.: gemmae et dentes Indi, ivory , O.: Libycus, ivory , Pr.— A tooth, point, spike, prong, tine, fluke : aratri, V.: perpetui (serrae), O.: insecti pectine dentes (i. e. insectus dentibus pecten), O.: tenax (ancorae), V.: curvus Saturni, the pruning-hook , V.—Fig., a tooth : maligno dente carpunt, of hatred : invidus, H.: ater, H.: Theoninus, i. e. slanderous tongue , H.: tangere singula dente superbo, aristocratic daintiness , H.: dentes aevi, O.

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