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morior mortuus (P. fut. moritūrus), ī (morīrī, O.), dep.

1 MAR-, to die, expire : ferme moriens, T.: Mori me malim, would rather die , T.: sine dedecore, S.: fertur moriturus in hostīs, to his death , V.: desiderio, of desire : vigilando, Iu.: in tormentis, L.: significabat interruptis atque morientibus vocibus, dying accents : moriar, si, etc., may I die, if , etc.: quoniam moriendum videbat: morientia lumina Turni, in death , V.To die away, die out, expire, decay, wither, pass away : flammas vidi nullo concutiente mori, O.: moriens herba, V.: ne suavissimi hominis memoria moreretur.

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