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tenebrae ārum, f

darkness, gloom: obscurato sole tenebrae factae: tenebras et solitudinem nacti: tenebris, odore foeda facies, S.: neve velit (Sol) tenebras inducere rebus, O.: tenebris nigrescunt omnia, V.: tenebras et cladem lucis ademptae Obicit, i. e. blindness, O.—The darkness of night, night: redire luce, non tenebris: primis tenebris movit, L.: tenebris, during the night, O.: tenebris obortis, N.—A gloomy place, prison, dungeon, lurking-place: clausi in tenebris, S.: postremo tenebrae, vincla.—Lurking-places, haunts: emersus ex diuturnis tenebris lustrorum: Quanti nunc tenebras unum conducis in annum, i. e. a dark lodging, Iu.—The shades, infernal regions: Infernae, V.: quid tenebras timetis? O.—Fig., darkness, gloom, obscurity: clarissimis rebus tenebras obducere: tenebras dispulit calumniae, Ph.: quaeso, quid hoc est? mihi enim tenebrae sunt: rei p.: si quid tenebrarum offudit exsilium.

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