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mōns montis, m

2 MAN-, a mountain, mount, range of mountains : altitudine montium defendi: altissimi, Cs.: praeceps, S.: summus, mountain-top , Cs.: radices montis, foot , Cs.: iniquus, steep , O.—Prov.: Parturiunt montes, nascetur ridiculus mus, great cry and little wool , H.A mountain, mass, heap : aquarum, V.: Fertur in abruptum mons, mass of rock , V.: mons in Tusculani monte, i. e. a lofty, splendid building near Tusculum : scrobibus concedere montīs, hillocks , V.: eversum fudit super agmina montem, load of stones , Iu.—Prov.: montīs auri polliceri, i. e. extravagant promises , T.: maria montīsque polliceri, S.

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