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venter tris, m

the belly, paunch: quasi (fabā) mens, non venter infletur: inanis, stomach, H.: iratum ventrem placare, i. e. appetite, H.: dediti ventri, S.: magno Servorum ventres, i. e. the support of slaves, Iu.—The womb: sua conplevit tempora venter, O.: homines in ventre necandos Conducit, Iu.—In the phrase, ventrem ferre, to be pregnant, L.—The unborn child, embryo, foetus: Tuus, H.—A belly, swelling, protuberance: Quo modo . . . Cresceret in ventrem cucumis, V.: lagenae, Iu.

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