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pondus eris, n

PAND-, a weight : pondera ab Gallis adlata iniqua, L.: taleae ferreae ad certum pondus examinatae, Cs.A heavy body, weight, mass, load, burden : in terram feruntur omnia suo nutu pondera: innumerabile auri: magnum argenti, Cs.: immania pondera baltei, V.: gravis maturo pondere venter, O.Weight, gravity, heaviness : gravitate ferri et pondere: magni ponderis saxa, Cs.Plur, balance, equilibrium : pendebat in aëre tellus Ponderibus librata suis, O.: trans pondera dextram Porrigere, out of balance , i. e. so as to fall over , H.—Fig., weight, consequence, importance, consideration, influence, authority : si tutoris auctoritas apud te ponderis nihil habebat: grave ipsius conscientiae pondus est: id est maximi ponderis: omnium verborum ponderibus est utendum, verbal effects : fabula sine pondere et arte, H.: nulla diu femina pondus habet, i. e. firmness , Pr.— A burden, load, weight : rerum, O.: amara senectae Pondera, O.

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