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dolor ōris, m

DAL-, pain, smart, ache, suffering, anguish : Laborat e dolore, T.: differor doloribus, T.: corporis: cum dolore emori: de corpore fugit, V.Distress, grief, tribulation, affliction, sorrow, pain, woe, anguish, trouble, vexation, mortification, chagrin : (est) aegritudo crucians: animi: dolorem ferre moderate: dolore prohibeor pronuntiare, Cs.: magnis doloribus liberatus: premit altum corde dolorem, V.: finire dolores, the torments of love , H.: speciem doloris voltu ferre, Ta.: Est iactura dolori Omnibus, O.: magno esse Germanis dolori Ariovisti mortem, Cs.Indignation, wrath, animosity, anger, resentment : suum dolorem condonare, Cs.: veniam iusto dolori date: ingenuus: dolor quod suaserit, H.: repulsae, on account of , Cs.: iniuriae, L.: coniugis amissae, O. —Fig., a grief, object of grief : Tu dolor es facinusque meum, O.—In rhet., feeling, pathos .

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