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imāgō inis, f

2 IC-, an imitation, copy, image, representation, likeness, statue, bust, picture: tabularum, exact copy: cereae, H.: macra, Iu.: genetiva, natural figure, O.: sine imagine tellus, shapeless, O.An ancestral image, mask (of a man who had been aedile, praetor, or consul): ius imaginis: avi tui: clarum hac fore imagine, i. e. would become an aristocrat, L.: fumosae, smoky ancestral images: nullae sunt imagines, quae, etc., ancestors of distinction: imagines non habeo, S.: imagines familiae suae: homo multarum imaginum, S.: funus imagines ducant triumphales tuum, H.A phantom, ghost, apparition, vision: magna mei sub terras ibit imago, shade, V.: vana, H.: inhumani coniugis, V.: natum falsis Ludis imaginibus, phantoms, V.: mortis, O.: somni, a dream, O.: nocturnae, Tb.—A reverberation, echo: resonare tamquam imago: vocis offensa resultat imago, V.: iocosa montis, H.—Fig., an image, conception, thought, imagination, idea: Scipionis imaginem sibi proponere: antiquitatis, an image of the olden time: proconsularem imaginem tam saevam facere (i. e. by cruelty in office), L.: tantae pietatis, V.: poenaeque in imagine tota est, O.A figure of speech, similitude, comparison, C.: haec a te non multum abludit imago, H.An empty form, image, semblance, appearance, shadow: adumbrata gloriae: equitis Romani: rei p.: his imaginibus iuris spretis, L.A reminder, suggestion: quorum (temporum) imaginem video in rebus tuis: genitoris imagine capta, V.

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