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nox noctis, f

1 NEC-, night : umbra terrae soli officiens noctem efficit: nocte et die concoqui, in twenty-four hours : dinumerationes noctium ac dierum: omni nocte dieque, Iu.: primā nocte, at nightfall , Cs.: de nocte, by night : multā de nocte, late at night : multā nocte: ad multam noctem, Cs.: intempestā nocte, S.: nox proelium diremit, S.: sub noctem naves solvit, Cs.: Conari noctīsque et dies, T.: noctes et dies urgeri, night and day : concubiā nocte: nec discernatur, interdiu nocte, pugnent, by night , L.: O noctes cenaeque deum! i. e. glorious late suppers , H.: omnis et insanā semita nocte sonat, a revelling by night , Pr. — A dream : pectore noctem Accipit, V.Death : omnīs una manet nox, H.: aeterna, V.Darkness, obscurity, gloom of tempest : quae quasi noctem quandam rebus offunderet: imber Noctem hiememque ferens, V.Blindness : Perpetua, O.— Person., the goddess of Night, sister of Erebus , C., V., O.—Fig., darkness, confusion : in hanc rei p. noctem incidisse.— Mental darkness, ignorance : quantum mortalia pectora caecae Noctis habent, O.Obscurity, unintelligibility : mei versūs aliquantum noctis habebunt, O.

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