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tot adj. num indecl.

3 TA-, so many, such a number of : ab dis tot et tantas res optare, quot et quantas, etc.: quot homines, tot causae: si tot consulibus meruisset, quotiens ipse consul fuisset. — So many, so very many, such a great number of : reliquae tot et tantae et tam graves civitates: tot viri ac tales: ad haec tot tam necopinata incerti stupentesque, L.: Tot me inpediunt curae, T.: tot civitatum coniuratio, Cs.: tot caede procorum Admonitus non est, O.: quae cum viderem tot vestigiis inpressa, ut in his errari non posset.—As subst m., so many men : an timebant, ne tot unum . . . superare non possent?: Ex tot in Atridis pars quota laudis erat? O.

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