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mānēs ium, m

a departed spirit, ghost, shade: patris Anchisae, V.: Verginiae, L. inde (i. e. ex fossā) Manes elicere, H.: quisque suos patimur Manīs, i. e. each his own character as formed in life, V.—With di, the deified souls of the departed, shades of the dead, gods of the Lower World, infernal deities, manes (as benevolent spirits): deorum manium iura: ab dis manibus Furiae.—The Lower World, infernal regions: profundi, V.: Esse aliquos Manīs, Iu.: fabulae Manes, H.—A corpse, remains: nudatos manes, L.: accipiet manes testa meos, ashes, Pr.

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