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modus ī, m

3 MA-, a measure, extent, quantity : agri: numerum modumque carinis Praecipiant, V.: trunci, girth , O.: longo nullus lateri modus (sit), i. e. be the flank excessively long , V.A proper measure, due measure : suus cuique (rei) modus est: modum haberi nullum placet, moderation : servare modum, V.: vox quasi extra modum absona, immoderately : cum lacus praeter modum crevisset, excessively : in dicendo: sine modo modestiāque, S.A measure, rhythm, melody, harmony, time : vocum: fidibus Latinis Thebanos aptare modos, H.: saltare ad tibicinis modos, the music of the flute , L.: modum Voce dabat remis, time , O.: verae numerosque modosque ediscere vitae, moral harmonies , H.A measure, bound, limit, end, restriction : sumptūs Cotidianos fieri nec fieri modum, T.: lubidini modum facere, S.: modum aliquem et finem orationi facere, bounds : cum modum irae nullum faceret, L.: modum transire: modum Exit, O.: modum lugendi aliquando facere, make an end.—A way, manner, mode, method, fashion, style : Sine meo me vivere modo, T.: oratoris modo mandata deferre, as an ambassador , Cs.: vitae, way of life : id quibus modis adsequeretur, i. e. by what means , S.: Haud ignara modi, i. e. well knowing how , V.: si quis modus (est), i. e. if it is possible , V.: servorum modo, like slaves , L.: mirum in modum, wonderfully , Cs.: ad hunc modum distributis legionibus, thus , Cs.: si humano modo peccasset, after the manner of men : multa Carneadeo more et modo disputata: apis Matinae More modoque, H.: tali modo, in such wise , N.: nullo modo, by no means : omni modo egi cum rege, in every way , i. e. urgently : omnibus modis miser sum, every way , T.: laudare miris modis, extravagantly , L.: modis inolescere miris, wondrously , V.: eum tibi commendo in maiorem modum, very greatly : Nec modus inserere atque oculos imponere simplex, V.—In genit . with eius or cuius : eius modi, of that sort, of such a kind, such (often written eiusmodi): in eius modi casu, Cs.: eius modi litteras misit: cuiusque modi genus hominum, S.: cuius modi, of what sort : cuicuimodi, of what sort soever : huius modi casūs, such , Cs.: illius modi, of that kind .

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