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pudor ōris, m

4 PV-, a shrinking from blame, desire of approval, shame, shamefastness, modesty, decency, propriety : patris, before a father , T.: ex hac parte pugnat pudor, illinc petulantia: ut pudorem rubor consequatur: detractandi certaminis, L.: pudore fractus: paupertatis pudor et fuga, a poor man's modesty , H.: ignominiae maritimae, L.: pudor est promissa referre, I shrink from telling , O.—Person.: Ante, Pudor, quam te violo, modesty , V.A sense of right, conscientiousness, honor, propriety : qui (pudor) ornat aetatem: oratio digna equitis Romani pudore: omnium qui tecum sunt: adeo omnia regebat pudor, L.Shame, a cause for shame, ignominy, disgrace : nostrum volgat clamore pudorem, O.: amicitia, quae impetrata gloriae sibi, non pudori sit, should not be a disgrace , L.: sed enim narrare pudori est, Quā, etc., O.A blush : famosus, O.Chastity, modesty : laesus, O.

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