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hiems (hiemps) emis, f

cf. χειμών, the winter, winter time, rainy season : hieme summā, in the depth of winter : gravissimā hieme, Cs.: acris, H.: hiems appropinquabat, Cs.: hieme confectā, Cs.: Stridebat hiems, Iu.: montīs hieme et aestate peragrantes, i. e. in all seasons : Sol Nondum hiemem contingit equis, V.: vim frigorum hiemumque excipere: Est ubi plus tepeant hiemes? H.: maturae hiemes, Cs.: post certas hiemes, H.: multas hiemes vidit, Iu.The god of storms, winter : mactavit Hiemi pecudem, V.: glacialis, O.Stormy weather, storm, tempest : hiemi navigationem subicere, Cs.: maritimos cursūs praecludebat hiemis magnitudo: navem ex hieme servat, N.: imber Noctem hiememque ferens, V.: Eois intonata fluctibus, H.—Fig., cold, frost : letalis in pectora venit, a deadly chill , O.: Pessima mutati coepit amoris hiems, cold , O.

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