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(ops) opis (no nom. or dat sing.), f

2 AP-, aid, help, support, assistance, succor: opis egens tuae: siquid opis potes adferre huic, T.: moran-tibus opem ferre, Cs.: aliquid opis rei p. tulissemus: ad opem iudicum confugiunt: exitium superabat opem, i. e. baffled medical skill, O.: Adfer opem! help! O.: sine hominum opibus et studiis: (equus) Imploravit opes hominis, H.Power, might, strength, ability, influence, weight: summa nituntur opum vi, V.: summā ope niti, S.: omni ope atque operā enitar, with might and main: quācumque ope possent: Non opis est nostrae, in our power, V.: Dissimulator opis propriae, H.Means, property, substance, wealth, riches, treasure, resources, might, power (rare in sing.): vidi ego te, astante ope barbaricā, etc., Enn. ap. C.: barbarica, V.Plur: nostrae opes contusae erant, S.: privatae, H.: magnas inter opes inops, H.: ruris parvae, O.: vita opibus firma, copiis locuples: Troianas ut opes Eruerint Danai, V.: opes amovento, avoid display.—Person., the goddess of abundance, sister and wife of Saturn, identified with the Earth, C., O.: ad Opis (sc. aedem).

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