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harundō (arun-) inis, f

a reed, cane: longa O.: fluvialis, V.: casae ex harundine textae, L.: harundinum radices, Cs.—A fishing-rod: captat harundine piscīs, O.: moderator harundinis, O.— Collect., limed twigs for catching birds, Pr.—A wreath of reeds: crinīs umbrosa tegebat harundo, V.: redimitus harundine crines, O.: in vertice (Priapi) fixa (to frighten birds), H.—An arrowshaft, arrow: habet sub harundine plumbum, O.: letalis, V.—A reed pipe, shepherd's pipe, Pan-pipes (of reeds, joined with wax): iunctisque canendo Vincere harundinibus, O.: tenuis, V.: fissa, Pr.— A flute: harundine victus, O.—A comb of reed (for setting threads of a web): stamen secernit harundo, O.—A hobby-horse, cane-horse: equitare in harundine, H.

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