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oculus ī, m

2 AC-, an eye: (lacrimulam) oculos terendo expresserit, T.: magis te quam oculos amo meos, T.: eminentes, prominent: oculi tamquam speculatores: maligni, V.: oculi in Oppianicum coniciebantur, were turned: adiectum esse oculum hereditati, his eye was on: ad omnia vestra oculos adicere: oculos de isto nusquam deicere, regard with fixed attention: demittere, O.: attollere, V.: circumferre, O.: premere, V.: deponere, to fix, H.: oculis somno coniventibus: unguibus illi in oculos involare, fly at, T.: quod ante oculos est, is in full view: ne abstuleritis observantibus etiam oculos, cheat out of their eyes, L.: in oculis civium vivere, in public: in oculis omnium submergi, Cu.: ab oculis concedere: ex oculis abire, out of sight, L.: facesserent ex urbe ab oculis populi R., L.: sub oculis accepto detrimento, in (Caesar's) presence, Cs.: eum quoque oculum, quo bene videret, amittere, lost the sight of: altero oculo capitur, becomes blind of one eye, L.A luminary: mundi oculus, the sun, O.—In plants, an eye, bud, bourgeon: oculos imponere, inoculate, V.—Fig., a principal ornament: duo illos oculos orae maritimae effoderunt, i. e. Corinth and Carthage.—The eye of the soul, mind's eye: eius cru<*>iatu pascere oculos, feast one's eyes: fructum oculis ex eius casu capere, delight their eyes, N.: tuo viro oculi dolent, i. e. he is afflicted, T.: acies et arma in oculis erant, in view, Cu.: si in oculis sis multitudinis, are belo<*>ed by: oderat tum. cum . . . iam fert in oculis, values highly: rex te ergo in oculis gestare? held dear, T.: aequis oculis videre, i. e. contentedly, Cu.: simul est illud ante oculos, obvious: mors (ei) ob oculos versatur, is in view: ora eorum ponite vobis ante oculos, picture to yourselves: pone illum ante oculos diem, fix your thoughts on: nec a re p. deiciebam oculos, lose sight of.

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