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vēna ae, f

a blood-vessel, vein: venae et arteriae: pertundere, Iu.: ferire, V.—An artery: si cui venae sic moventur, is habet febrim: temptatae pollice venae, i. e. the pulses, O.—A watercourse: fecundae aquae, O.—A metallic vein, mine: auri venas invenire: argentum venae secundae, Iu.: venae peioris aevom, i. e. of baser metal, O.—Fig., strength: Deficient inopem venae te, ni, etc., H.: venis fugientibus aeger, O.—Plur, the veins, heart, inmost nature: periculum erit inclusum in venis rei p.—A vein, natural bent, genius, disposition: ingeni benigna, H.: publica (vatis), Iu.

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