Definition of sol
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1.
LEM
sōl, sōlis
2 SER-
noun (m., 3rd declension)
  1. the sun
  2. [poetic] a day
  3. the sun, sunlight, sunshine, heat of the sun
  4. the Sun-god, Sol
  5. [figuratively] the sun, light, glory
Abbreviations
sōl sōlis, m 2 SER-, the sun: lux solis: quid potest esse sole maius?: occidens, oriens, sunset, sunrise: sole orto Gracchus copias educit, L.: ad solis occasum, towards sunset, Cs.: surgente a sole ad, etc., from early morning, H.

—Prov.: adiecit, nondum omnium dierum solem occidisse, i. e. that his day of re{*}enge might yet come, L.

—Plur: se duo soles vidisse dicant.

—Esp.: spectant in orientem solem, to the East, Cs.: si illud signum solis ortum conspiceret, to the East: ab ortu solis flare venti, L.: alterum (litus) vergit ad occidentum solem, to the west, Cs.: spectat inter occasum solis et septemtriones, north-west, Cs.: quae (pars insulae) est propius solis occasum, Cs.

—A day (poet.): septimus, Iu.: O sol Pulcher, O laudande, H.: Supremo sole, at midday, H.: longos Cantando condere soles, spend the long summer days, V.: Si numeres anno soles et nubila toto, the sunny and the cloudy days, O.

—The sun, sunlight, sunshine, heat of the sun: paululum a sole, out of the sun: in sole ambulare: torrente meridiano sole, L.: ut veniens dextrum latus aspiciat sol, light of the morning sun, H.: adversi solis ab ictu, sunstroke, O.: patiens pulveris atque solis, H.

—Prov.: processerat in solem et pulverem, i. e. into the struggles of life: cum id solis luce videatur clarius, plainer than sunlight.

—Plur.: Quae levis adsiduis solibus usta riget, O.: Quae carent ventis et solibus, i. e. are buried, H.: ex imbri soles Prospicere . . . poteris, V.: Tum blandi soles, O.: aequora semper solibus orba tument, O.: solibus rupta glacies, Iu.

—As nom prop., the Sun-god, Sol (an Italian deity): quod magni filia Solis eram, O.: gratīs tibi ago, summe Sol: si hoc uno quicquam Sol vidisset indignius: Solem Consule, qui late facta videt, O.

—Fig., the sun, light, glory: P. Africanus sol alter: Solem Asiae Brutum appellat, H.
 
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