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sīdus eris, n

a group of stars, constellation, heavenly body: de sideribus disputare, Cs.: Siderum regina bicornis Luna, H.: Arcturi sidera, V.: sidera solis, orb, O.: surgentia, V.: radiantia, O. —Sing, a heavenly body, star, group of stars, constellation: Clarum Tyndaridae, H.: fervidum, Sirius, H.: pluviale Capellae, O.: occidente sidere Vergiliarum, L.: quid sidus triste minatur Saturni, Iu.: Nec sidus regione viae litusve fefellit, i. e. nor were we misled by (failing to understand) star or shore, V.: sideribus dubiis, at dawn, Iu.: exactis sideribus, night, Pr.—The sky, heaven: (Iuppiter) terram, mare, sidera movit, O.: (Hercules) flammis ad sidera missus, Iu.: sidera observare, Cu.: evertunt actas ad sidera pinos, i. e. on high, V.—Fig., of celebrity or prosperity, the heavens, stars, heights: Sublimi feriam sidera vertice H.: nomen ferent ad sidera cygni, V.—A star, light, beauty, glory: per oculos, sidera nostra, tuos, O.: radiant ut sidus ocelli, O.: sidere pulchrior Ille, H.—An ornament, pride, glory: Fabiae gentis, ades, O.: Macedoniae, Cu.: tu proba Perambulabis astra sidus aureum, H.—A season: quo sidere terram Vertere Conveniat, V.: brumale, O.—Climate, weather: sub nostro sidere, Iu.: tot inhospita saxa Sideraque emensae, i. e. regions, V.: grave, storm, O.—In astrology, a star, planet, destiny: pestifero sidere icti, L.: sidera natalicia: grave, O.

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