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pectus oris, n

PAC-, a breast, breast-bone : pectore in adverso ensem Condidit, V.: in pectus cadit pronus, O.: latum demisit pectore clavom, H.: esse vincto pectore, ut gracilae sient, tightlaced , T.The stomach : reserato pectore, O.The breast, heart, feelings, disposition : amari toto pectore: metus insidens pectoribus, L.: laeta deae permulsit pectora dictis, V.: Illi robur et aes triplex Circa pectus erat, H.: mollities pectoris, tender-heartedness , O.: vitā et pectore puro, conscience , H.: pectora casta, O.The soul, spirit, mind, understanding : de hortis toto pectore cogitemus: quod verbum in pectus Iugurthae altius descendit, S.: novum in Bruti pectore ingenium, L.: nova pectore versat Consilia, V.: oculis ea pectoris hausit, the mind's eye , O.: memori referas mihi pectore cuncta, H.: deus quem clausum pectore habebat, i. e. who inspired her , O.A character, heart, person : cara sororum Pectora, V.: mihi Thesea pectora iuncta fide, O.

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