Definition of canorus
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LEM
canōrus, canōra, canōrum
adjective (2-1-2)
  1. of melody, melodious, harmonious
  2. [sing n. as subst] melody, charm
  3. producing melody, sounding melodiously, musical, euphonious
Abbreviations
canōrus adj. canor, of melody, melodious, harmonious: quiddam habere canorum, a melodious voice: modi, Iu.: vox ... nec canora, not sing-song: nugae, mere jingling, H.

—Sing n. as subst, melody, charm (in speaking): illud in voce.

—Producing melody, sounding melodiously, musical, euphonious: orator: chorus, song and dance, Iu.: Aeolides, i. e. Misenus, O.: animal (gallus): aves, V.: olor, Pr.: fides, H.: aes, i. e. tubae, V.
 
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