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torus ī, m

STER-, a swelling, protuberance, fleshy part, muscle, brawn : o lacertorum tori!: Colla toris exstant, O.: leo Excutiens cervice toros, V.—In a wreath, a raised ornament, prominence : isque (stilus) addit aliquos, ut in coronā, toros.— A stuffed bolster, cushion, couch, sofa, bed : viridante toro consederat herbae, V.: praebuit herba torum, O.: Gramine vestitis accubuere toris, O.: torum sternere Frondibus, Iu.: ebeno sublimis in antro, O.: toro Mortua componar, bier , O.: membra toro defleta reponunt, V.: Eumenides stravere torum, the bridal-bed , O.: consors tori, spouse , O.: Riparumque toros . . . Incolimus, i. e. take the river-banks for beds , V.

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