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onus eris, n

AN-, a load, burden: tanta onera navium, ships of so great burden, Cs.: clipei ingens, V.: minimum, O.: gravius dorso, heavier than he can carry, H.A load, lading, freight, cargo: cum oneribus commeabant: iumentis onera deponere, packs, Cs.The burden of the womb, foetus, embryo: gravidi ventris, O., Ph.—Fig., a burden, tax, expense: quod vobis oneris imposuit lex: municipium maximis oneribus pressum: haec onera in dites a pauperibus inclinata, L.: exempti oneribus, Ta.A load, burden, weight, charge, trouble, difficulty: Paupertas mihi onus visumst, T.: his graviora onera iniungebat, Cs.: onus se Aetnā gravius sustinere: hic onus horret, H.: quibus coger oneri esse, to be a burden, S.

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