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mare is (abl. mare, O.), n

1 MAR-, the sea : o maria Neptuni, T.: ut adluantur mari moenia: ventosum, H.: placidum, V.: angustum, straits : numquam es ingressus mare, T.: remenso ire mari, V.: eo mari uti, navigate , Cs.: ros maris (i. e. ros marinus), rosemary , O.: terrā marique omnia exquirere, everywhere , S.: homines terrā et mari missurus, in all directions : terrāque marique acquirenda, i. e. at all hazards , Iu.: in reliquis maribus, Cs.: maris pontus, depths of the sea , V.: maria omnia caelo Miscuit, V.—Provv.: Omnia vel medium fiant mare, i. e. let the world be overwhelmed , V.: clames licet, et mare caelo Confundas, i. e. bluster , Iu.: maria montisque polliceri, i. e. make extravagant promises , S.: in mare fundat aquas, i. e. carry coals to Newcastle , O.—Of single seas: mare nostrum, i. e. the Mediterranean , Cs.: mare superum, the Adriatic : Africum, S.: inferum, the Etruscan Sea : Aegeum, Iu.Sea-water, salt-water : Chium maris expers, i. e. unmixed , H.: acceptum mare naribus efflant, O.

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