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seges etis, f

a cornfield: in segetem sunt datae fruges: segetes fecundae: cohortes frumentatum in proximas segetes mittit, Cs.: Illa seges votis respondet avari, quae, etc., V.—The standing corn, growing corn, crop: laetas esse segetes, etc.: culto stat seges alta solo, O.: Quid faciat laetas segetes, V.: seges farris matura messi, L.: lini et avenae, V.—A crop, thicket, forest, multitude: clipeata virorum, O.: ferrea Telorum, V.—Fig., a field, ground, soil: ubi prima paretur Arboribus seges, V.: quid odisset Clodium Milo segetem ac materiem suae gloriae?—A crop, fruit, produce, result, profit: Uberius nulli provenit ista seges, O.: Quae tamen inde seges, Iu.

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