Definition of clamor
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Orthography ID = 1002582
1.
LEM
clāmor, clāmōris
1 CAL-
noun (m., 3rd declension)
  1. a loud call, shout, cry
  2. a friendly shout, acclamation, applause
  3. a hostile call, clamor, shout
  4. of birds or insects, a cry, sound
  5. a noise, sound, echo
Abbreviations
clāmor ōris, m 1 CAL-, a loud call, shout, cry: clamorem audivi, T.: tollere: ad aethera, V.: profundere: compesce, H.: magnus, S.: ingens, V.: nauticus, V.: it clamor eaelo, V.

— A friendly shout, acclamation, applause: secundus, V.: coronae, H.

—A hostile call, clamor, shout, C.

—Of birds or insects, a cry, sound: gruum, mergorum, V.: apum, V.

—A noise, sound, echo: scopuli clamorem dedere, V.: montium, H.
 
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