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frūctus ūs (frūctī, T.), m

1 FVG-, an enjoying, enjoyment, delight, satisfaction : voluptatum: beneficium ad animi mei fructum permagnum, mental enjoyment : pecuniae maximus: fructum oculis ex eius casu capere, feast their eyes on , N.Proceeds, produce, product, fruit, crops : Fructum quem reddunt praedia, T.: ut cum decumo fructus arationis perceptus sit: frumenta ceterique fructūs, Ta.: consita omnia amoenis fructibus, fruits , L.: calamitas fructuum: (oves) fructum edere ex se, young.—Produce, profit, income, yield : quae nostros minuit fructūs vilitas, T.: apibus fructum restituo suum, Ph.: (pecuniae) fructibus exercitum alere, interest : fructūs pecuniae servantur, is accumulated , Cs.: fuerat ei magno fructui mare, L.: (pecunia) ex fructu metallorum, L.: totius anni: in fructu habere, to regard as useful . —Fig., fruit, consequence, effect, result, return, reward, success . vitae: fructūs ex re p. non laetos tuli: amoris et iudici: gloria est fructus virtutis: ex re decerpere fructūs, H.: Hosne mihi fructūs refers? O.

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