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nūmen inis, n

2 NV-, a nod ; hence, a command, will, authority : magnum numen unum et idem sentientis senatūs: Caesareum, O.: adnuite, P. C., nutum numenque vestrum Campanis, L.The divine will, power of the gods, divine sway, supreme authority : deo, cuius numini parent omnia: di suo numine sua templa defendunt: Nullum numen habes, si sit prudentia (to Fortune), Iu.God-head, divinity, deity, divine majesty : deorum inmortalium numen placare, Cs.: numina Palladis, V.: per Dianae numina, H.A divinity, deity, god, goddess : caeleste, L.: Numina laeva, V.: promissaque numine firmat, i. e. by calling to witness , O.: Vadimus haud numine nostro, unpropitious , V.: hospes numinis Idaei, Iu.: numinis loco habere, Ta.: violatum Augusti, Ta.Sing collect. : sorores vocat, inplacabile numen, O.

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