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sēnī ae, a, gen. senūm, num distrib.

sex, six each : cum in sex partīs divisus exercitus Romanus senis horis in orbem succederet proelio, L.: nt tribuni militum seni deni in quattuor legiones crearentur, i. e. sixteen each , L.: senūm pedum crassitudo, Cs.: pueri annorum senūm septenūmque denūm, of sixteen and seventeen years.—Six (poet. for sex): tradiderat natalibus actis Bis puerum senis, past his twelfth birthday , O.: pedes, i. e. hexameter , H.: senos reddere ictūs (of the senarius), H.

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