Definition of dedecus
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LEM
dēdecus, dēdecoris
noun (n., 3rd declension)
  1. disgrace, dishonor, infamy, shame
  2. a cause of shame, disgrace, blemish, reproach, dishonor
  3. a deed of shame, outrage, disgraceful act
Abbreviations
dē-decus oris, n disgrace, dishonor, infamy, shame: sumptūs effusi cum dedecore: iudicia operta dedecore: domus plena dedecoris: vitam per dedecus amittere, dishonorably, S.: ob tantum dedecus amens, V.: nihil est detestabilius dedecore.

— A cause of shame, disgrace, blemish, reproach, dishonor: tantum, Cs.: dolor meus vestrum dedecus haberetur: prodere visum dedecus, expose the unnatural feature, O.: quod tantum evenire dedecus potest?: si una huic dedecorist parum, T.: ampla domus dedecori domini fit: naturae, Ph.

—A deed of shame, outrage, disgraceful act: Omni dedecore infamis: in dedecora incurrunt: Dedecorum pretiosus emptor, H.
 
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