Definition of ludus
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LEM
lūdus, lūdī
LVD-
noun (m., 2nd declension)
  1. a play, game, diversion, pastime
  2. [plural] public games, plays, spectacles, shows, exhibitions
  3. a place for exercise, place for practice, school
  4. play, sport, child's play
  5. sport, jest, joke, fun
  6. a play, entertaining exhibition, playful writing, satire
Abbreviations
lūdus ī, m LVD-, a play, game, diversion, pastime: novum sibi excogitant ludum: campestris: Nec lusisse pudet, sed non incidere ludum, H.: pueri Intenti ludo, V.

—Plur, public games, plays, spectacles, shows, exhibitions: delectant homines ludi: festi dies ludorum: ludos aspicere, O.: ludi Olympiae: ludi Consualia, L.: ludi Cerialia, L.

—Rarely sing: haec ultra quid erit, nisi ludus, Iu.

—A place for exercise, place for practice, school: In eodem ludo doctae, T.: litterarum ludi, L.: discendi: Isocrates, cuius e ludo principes exierunt: gladiatores in ludo habebat, in training, Cs.: militaris, L.: quem puerum in ludo cognorat, N.: sic veniunt ad miscellanea ludi, Iu.

—Play, sport, child's play: oratio ludus est homini non hebeti: quibus (Graecis) ius iurandum iocus est, testimonium ludus.

—Sport, jest, joke, fun: ad honores per ludum pervenire: amoto quaeramus seria ludo, H.: Nil per ludum simulabitur, Iu.: narrare, quos ludos praebueris, how you made yourself ridiculous, T.: mihi ludos reddere, play tricks on, T.: frui ludo aetatis, L.

—A play, entertaining exhibition, playful writing, satire: veteres ineunt proscaenia ludi, V.: ut est in Naevi Ludo.
 
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