Definition of aequor
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LEM
aequor, aequoris
noun (n., 3rd declension)
  1. an even surface, level
  2. water
  3. [especially] the sea, ocean
  4. [in poetry] the water of the Tiber
Abbreviations
aequor oris, n aequus, an even surface, level: camporum aequora: campi, V.: Libyci aequoris harenae, V.

—In ending a long poem: inmensum spatiis confecimus aequor, V.

— Esp., the sea, ocean: Aegaeum, O.: ingens, H.: saeva aequora, V.: aequora cingentia terras, O.: vastum maris, V.: tellus et aequora ponti, V.

— Poet., of the Tiber: sternere aequor aquis, smooth the surface with his waters, V.
 
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