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pulvis eris, m or (rarely) f

1 PAL-, dust, powder : multus in calceis: pulveris vim magnam animadvortunt, S.: qui (ventus) nubes pulveris vehit, L.: nigro glomerari pulvere nubem, V.: pulverem Olympicum Conlegisse, H.: pulvere sparsi iuvenes, Ph.: caeco pulvere campus Miscetur, V.: pulverem excutere, O.: numquam eruditum illum pulverem attigistis, i. e. drew geometrical figures in sand : quas (formas) in pulvere descripserat, L.: amomi, powder , O.: carbonis, coal-dust , O.: Etrusca, earth , Pr.: Pulvis et umbra sumus, ashes , H.: hibernus, i. e. a dry winter , V.: duces Non indecoro pulvere sordidi, i. e. the dust of a successful campaign , H.—Prov.: sulcos in pulvere ducere, i. e. to labor to no purpose , Iu.A scene of action, field, arena : doctrinam in solem atque in pulverem produxit, i. e. before the public : Inque suo noster pulvere currat equus, on his own field , O.: domitant in pulvere currūs, V.Toil, effort, labor : condicio dulcis sine pulvere palmae, H.: patiens pulveris atque solis, H.

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