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inde adv.

Of place, from that place, thence: si te inde exemerim (i. e. ex pistrino), T.: mansi Calibus, inde has litteras dedi: in provinciam exire, atque inde contendere, Cs.: haud procul inde ubi est, etc., L.: sese recipere inde quo, etc., Cs.: nihil inde Obstabit, etc. (i. e. ab Ausoniā), V.: inde degustare (i. e. de sanguine), S.—Of persons: nati filii Duo; inde hunc adoptavi, of them, T.: rege inde sumpto (i. e. ex Sabinis), L.—Of source or cause, thence, therefrom, therefore: ex avaritiā . . . inde omnia scelera gignuntur: Inde fit ut, etc., H.: Inde genus durum sumus, O.—Of time, from that time, thenceforward, since: inde usque repetens, etc.: haec nuper notitia est, Inde adeo quem, etc., T.: suo iam inde vivere ingenio coepit, L.: iam inde a pueritiā, from our very boyhood, T.: iam inde ab ortu, ever since.—After that, thereafter, thereupon, then: victi Rutuli, inde Turnus, etc., L.: altera castra sunt adorti, inde tertia, deinceps reliqua, Cs.: inde loci, next.

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