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homō inis, m and f

a human being, man, person : Monstrum hominis, T.: grandior, T.: doctrinā eruditus: hominum homo stultissime, T.: genus hominum: more hominum evenit, ut, etc., as usual, T.: homo'st Perpaucorum hominum, associates, T.: cum inter homines esset, was alive: qui numquam inter homines fuerit, saw the world: nec vox hominem sonat, i. e. mortal, V.: ut eam nemo hominem appellare possit: Quae (Io) bos ex homine est, O.: dic ipsa, ‘homo sum,’ Iu.— Collect., man, the human race, mankind: quā haud scio ad quidquam melius sit homini datum.— Pleonast., in addresses: nisi caves tu homo, etc., fellow, T.: tu homo adigis me ad insaniam, T.— In apposition: filius homo adulescens, T.: servom hominem, T.: oculi hominis histrionis.—Prov.: Quot homines, tot sententiae, many men, many minds, T.: Homo sum; humani nil a me alienum puto, T.—A man, reasonable creature, lord of creation: si homo esset, eum potius legeret: nox te expolivit hominemque reddidit: homines visi sumus: si esses homo, if you had a man's sense, T.: nihil hominis esse, nothing of a man.—A man, servant: homo P. Quincti, Quintus's man.—Plur., foot-soldiers, infantry (opp. cavalry): homines equitesque, Cs.—Plur, bodies, corpses: cumulos hominum urebant, L.—The man, fellow, creature, he, this one (colloq. for a pron dem.): ibi homo coepit me obsecrare, Ut, etc., T.: itast homo, T.: venas hominis incidere: persuasit homini, N.

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