tumens


tumens
    Tumens, Participium. Enflé, Boursoufflé.
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    Vana tumens. Virgil. Plein de vaine gloire.
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    Animi tumentes. Lucan. Fiers et orgueilleux.
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    Fluuius tumens. Virgil. Gros et enflé, Qui est creu.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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