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fūnis is, m

1 FID-, a rope, sheet, line, cord : ancorarius, Cs.: pro funibus catenae, Cs.: per extentum funem ire, the tight-rope , H.: religatus ab aggere, O.: ab litore funem rumpite, V.: iubet solvi funem, V.—Prov.: Ne currente retro funis eat rotā, lest the wheel run back and the cord come off , H.: sequi potius quam ducere funem, i. e. to follow than to lead , H.

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