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error ōris, m

cf. 1 erro, a wandering, straying, strolling : ad quos Ceres in illo errore venisse dicitur: civium: dic Errores tuos, V.: finem rogant erroris, O.: pelagi erroribus actus, V.A going astray, missing the way : iumenta errore delata per quattuor stadia, Cu.: (iaculum) detulit error in Idan, O.A winding, meandering, maze, intricacy : fessae erroribus undae, O.: flexus, O. —Fig., a doubt, uncertainty, ambiguity : nominum, L.: errores abstulit illa meos, O.: viarum, ignorance , L.: Graiarum iubarum, confusion , V.A going astray, going wrong, error, mistake, delusion : mentis: rapi in errorem: errorem tollere: cui demptus per vim mentis error, H.: pro errore venia, Ta.: me malus abstulit error, infatuation , V.: quoniam novus incidit error, Pr.: aliquis latet error, snare , V.—Person., delusion , O.

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