Definition of talentum
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1.
LEM
talentum, talentī
τάλαντον
noun (n., 2nd declension)
  1. a talent, half a hundred-weight (a Grecian standard of weight)
  2. a talent (a Grecian standard of value, usu. of sixty minae, equal to about pounds 233 sterling or $1132 in gold)
  3. cf. talentum ne minus pondo octaginta Romanis ponderibus pendat (i. e. the great talent of eighty minae)
Abbreviations
talentum ī (gen plur. talentūm, C., L.), n, ta/lanton, a talent, half a hundred-weight (a Grecian standard of weight): auri eborisque talenta, V.

—A talent (a Grecian standard of value, usu. of sixty minae, equal to about pounds 233 sterling or $1132 in gold): quinquaginta ei talenta adferre: decem milia talentūm: argenti, V.: Mille talenta rotundentur, H.

— cf. talentum ne minus pondo octaginta Romanis ponderibus pendat (i. e. the great talent of eighty minae), L.
 
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