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Definition of "carmen" []

  • Plural form of carman. (noun)

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Use "carmen" in a sentence
  • "The first sense is seen here and at _Tr_ I i 39, _EP_ I v 13, and at _Tr_ V i 71 'ipse nec emendo, sed ut hic _deducta_ legantur', and the second at _Ecl_ VI 4-5 'pastorem, Tityre, pinguis/pascere oportet ouis, _deductum_ dicere carmen', where _deductum ... carmen_ represents the [Greek: Mousan ... leptaleên] of Callimachus _Aetia_ I 24; Servius comments on the metaphor from spinning."
  • "For instance, the entry deductum carmen] carmen deductum _M_ indicates that _deductum carmen_ is the reading of _BCFHILT_, while"
  • "The word "charm" is derived from the Latin word "carmen," signifying a verse in which the charms were sometimes written, examples of which will be given later."
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