Definition of latebra
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LEM
latebra, latebrae
LAT-
noun (f., 1st declension)
  1. a hiding-place, lurkinghole, covert, retreat
  2. usu. plur
  3. [figuratively] a lurking-place, hidden recess, retreat
  4. a subterfuge, shift, cloak, pretence, feigned excuse
Abbreviations
latebra ae, f LAT-, a hiding-place, lurkinghole, covert, retreat: non invenio quae latebra esse possit, etc.

—Usu. plur: latebris aut saltibus se eripere, Cs.: te in latebras impellere: latebras animae recludit, hidden seat of life, V.: teli latebras Rescindant penitus, i. e. cut out the arrowhead, V.

—Fig., a lurking-place, hidden recess, retreat: adhibuit etiam latebram obscuritatis: in tabellae latebrā: latebras suspitionum peragrare.

—A subterfuge, shift, cloak, pretence, feigned excuse: latebram haberes: ne quaeratur latebra periurio: latebras dare vitiis, O.
 
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