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ōrnāmentum ī, n

orno, apparatus, accoutrement, equipment, furniture, trappings: vestra ornamenta: pacis.—A mark of honor, decoration, adornment, ornament, embellishment, jewel, trinket: ornamentis alterae (minae datae), for pin money, T.: omnia ornamenta ex fano Herculis in oppidum contulit, jewels, Cs.—Fig., an ornament, distinction: amicitiam populi R. sibi ornamento esse, Cs.: Hortensius, ornamentum rei p., pride: quaecumque a me ornamenta in te proficiscentur: honoris.—Rhetorical ornament: oratio ornamentis abundavit: ambitiosa recidet Ornamenta, H.

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