Definition of formido
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Orthography ID = 1006428
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LEM
formīdō, formīdinis
noun (f., 3rd declension)
  1. fearfulness, fear, terror, dread, awe
  2. religious dread, reverence, awe
  3. person
  4. that which produces fear, a frightful thing, fright, horror, terror
  5. a scarecrow, bugbear
Abbreviations
formīdō inis, f fearfulness, fear, terror, dread, awe: tanta: formidinem suam alquibus inicere: mortis, H.: formidines opponantur: incommodorum.

—Religious dread, reverence, awe: silva priscā formidine sacra, Ta.: saevi Martis, awe, V.

—Person.: atra Formidinis ora, V.

—That which produces fear, a frightful thing, fright, horror, terror: caligans nigrā formidine lucus, V.: defensoribus formidinem ostentare, i. e. to threaten, S.: quibus formidini essemus, S.

—A scarecrow, bugbear: Cervum saeptum formidine pennae, V.: furum aviumque, H.
 
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