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odium ī, n

1 OD-, hatred, grudge, ill-will, animosity, enmity, aversion: veritas odium parit, T.: odium (est) ira inveterata: in odium populi R. inruere, incur the hatred: eorum odium subire: magnum odium Pompei suscepistis: inperatoribus odia conligere, Cs.: struere, excite: exercere, O.: placare, appease: quod mihi odium cum Clodio fuit? what quarrel had I?: tanto in odio est omnibus, is so hated by: tanto odio ferebatur in Ciceronem, was so imbittered against, N.: in Romanos odii regnum posuerat praemium, had offered as a prize for hostility, L.: urbis odium me percipit, T.: ardens odio vestri: odium ieiunum, on an empty stomach, Iu.An object of hatred, offence, aversion, nuisance: Antonius, insigne odium omnium: qui amat quoi odio ipsus est, one who hates him, T.: odi odioque sum Romanis, I hate and am hated by, L.: tibi est odio mea fistula, V.Discontent, dissatisfaction, disgust: odio suarum rerum mutari omnia student, S.: Cui placet alterius sua est odio sors, H.Offensive conduct, odious language, importunity, insolence, vexatiousness: odio et strepitu senatūs coactus est perorare: Tundendo atque odio, by insolent importunity, T.: cum tuo istoc odio, with that hateful conduct of yours, T.: odio vincere Regem, in insolence, H.

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