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senium ī, n

senex, old age, senility, decline : quod (opus) omni senio careret: senio confectus. — Waste, decay : se ipse (mundus) consumptione et senio alebat sui, by its own waste and decay.— Vexation, grief, trouble, affliction : tota civitas confecta senio est: senio consumptus, L.Gloom, moroseness : inhumanae senium depone Camenae, H.An old man (poet. for senex, with pron masc .): Ut illum di deaeque senium perdant, T.

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