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dexter tera, terum, and tra, trum, adj.

with comp. dexterior and sup. dextimus, to the right, on the right side, right (opp. laevus, sinister): manus: umeri, Cs.: latus, H.: hostium, Cs.: cornum, T.: cornu, Cs.: acies, L.: dextris adducor litora remis, rowing to the right, O.: Quo tantum dexter abis? so far to the right, V.: Lyncea dexter Occupat, on the right, V.: Dextera Sigaei ara est sacrata, on the right, O.: dexteriore parte, O.: Neu te dexterior (rota) declinet, O.: apud dextimos, on the extreme right, S.—Handy, dexterous, skilful, opportune, suitable: Marius scripti dexter in omne genus, O.: quīs rebus dexter modus, V.: tempus, H.—Of good omen, favorable, propitious: dexter stetit, H.: dexter adi, V.: tempus, H.

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