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procella ae, f

pro+1 CEL-, a violent wind, storm, hurricane, tempest : nimbi, procellae, turbines: stridens Aquilone, V.: si mugiat Africis Malus procellis, H.: raperent mea poma procellae, O.: procella nivem effuderat, Cu.A storm, tumult, violence, commotion, vehemence : tempestates et procellas in illis fluctibus contionum: procellam temporis devitare: seditionum procellae, L.: procellae civiles, civil commotions , N.: ferimur procellā, V.A charge, onset, sudden attack : haec velut procella consternavit equos, L.: equestris, L.

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