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libīdō or lubīdō inis, f

LIB-, pleasure, desire, eagerness, longing, fancy, inclination : ulciscendi: delendi urbem, L.: in decōris armis libidinem habere, delight , S.: tantā libidine volgi Auditur, Iu.Inordinate desire, passion, caprice, wilfulness, wantonness : ingenium proclive ad lubidinem, T.: ad libidinem suam nobilium bona vexare: fortuna res cunctas ex lubidine celebrat, by caprice , S.: vitiosa, H.: instruitur acies ad libidinem militum, L.Sensuality, lust : vicit pudorem libido: libidine adcendi, S.: Lucretiae per vim stuprandae, L.: venas inflavit libido, H.: saltante libidine, i. e. passion goading on , Iu.Plur, lavish display, voluptuous representations : frangere eorum libidines.

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