Definition of fatum
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1.
LEM
fātum, fātī
P. n. of * for
noun (n., 2nd declension)
  1. an utterance, prophetic declaration, oracle, prediction
  2. that which is ordained, destiny, fate
  3. bad fortune, ill fate, calamity, mishap, ruin
  4. fate, death
  5. a pest, plague, ruin
  6. a symbol of fate
Abbreviations
fātum ī, n P. n. of * for, an utterance, prophetic declaration, oracle, prediction: Apollo fatis fandis dementem invitam ciet: ex fatis quae Veientes scripta haberent: Oblitus fatorum, V.

— That which is ordained, destiny, fate: necessitas fati: fato fieri omnia: plenum superstitionis fati nomen: neque si fatum fuerat, effugisset: praeter fatum, beyond the natural course of events: tibi cura Caesaris fatis data, H.: Quo nihil maius terris Fata donavere, H.: caeca, H.: insuperabile, O.: fata regunt homines, Iu.: fatorum arcana, O.: fuit hoc sive meum sive rei p., ut, etc.: si fata fuissent, ut caderem, V.: eo fato ne, etc.: huic fato divōm proles Nulla fuit, i. e. will, V.: fatis contraria nostris Fata Phrygum, V.

—Prov.: fata viam invenient, nothing can resist fate, V.

— Bad fortune, ill fate, calamity, mishap, ruin: exiti ac fati dies: suum fatum querebantur, Cs.: extremum rei p.

—Fate, death: Hortensi vox exstincta fato suo est: fato obire, Ta.: omen fati: inexorabile, V.: perfunctos iam fato, L.: se fati dixit iniqui, most unfortunate, O.: fatum proferre, i. e. to prolong life, V.: ad fata novissima, to the last, O.

—A pest, plague, ruin: duo illa rei p. paene fata, Gabinius et Piso.

—A symbol of fate: Attollens umero fata nepotum (represented on the shield), V.: fata inponit diversa duorum, the lots, V.

—Person., The Fates, Pr., Iu.
 
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