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marmor oris, n

, μάρμαρος, marble, a block of marble: mensae e marmore: Parium, H.: templum de marmore ponam, V.: nomen in marmore lectum, gravestone, O.: Marmoribus rivi properant, on the marble floor, Iu.: sub eodem marmore, slab (of a table), Iu.—A piece of wrought marble, marble monument, statue: incisa notis marmora publicis, H.: voltus in marmore supplex, O.: lacrimas marmora manant (of one statue), O.—A stone: marmor erant (corpora), O.: flumen inducit marmora rebus, incrusts, O.—The shining surface of the sea, sea, ocean: lento luctantur marmore tonsae, V.: marmora pelagi, Ct.

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