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flamma ae, f

2 FLAG-, a blazing fire, blaze, flame : undique flammā torrerentur, S.: flammam concipere, take fire , Cs.: circumventi flammā, Cs.: effusa flamma pluribus locis reluxit, L.: inter flammas circus elucens, blazing stars : flammam tenebat Ingentem, a torch , V.: flammas cum puppis Extulerat, V.: extrema meorum, funeral torch , V.: modum Ponere iambis flammā, H.: flammā ferroque absumi, fire and sword , L.: mixta cum frigore, heat , O.: stant lumina flammā, glare , V.: flammae latentis Indicium rubor est, fever , O.— Provv.: E flammā petere cibum, i. e. suffer extreme hunger , T.: Prius undis flamma (sc. miscebitur), sooner will fire mingle with water : Unda dabit flammas, O.—Fig., the flame of passion, fire of love, glow, flame, passion, wrath : amoris: conceptae pectore flammae, O.: Digne puer meliore flammā, H.: oratoris: ultrix, V.A devouring flame, danger, destruction, ruin : qui ab aris flammam depellit: ex illā flammā evolavit: implacatae gulae, i. e. raging hunger , O.

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