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os ossis, gen plur. ossium, n

a bone.—Sing: devoratum, Ph.: ferrum ex osse revolsum est, O.: duro sudem vix osse revulsit, O.—Plur: cur hunc dolorem cineri eius atque ossibus inussisti?: ossa legere (after burning a corpse), V.: condere, bury, V.—The marrow, inmost part: exarsit iuveni <*>dolor ossibus ingens, in his bones, V.: per ima cu<*>currit Ossa tremor, V.: tremis ossa pavore, H.— Fig., in plur, the bones, outlines: imitari nec ossa solum, sed etiam sanguinem.

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