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ŏdĭum
neutral noun II declension

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1 hate, dislike, aversion
2 odium, obnoxius behavior
3 hateful person

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Locutions, idioms and examples


celebritas mihi odio est || ad execrabile odium Romanorum = to the deadly hate of the Romans || benevolentiam ad odium, odium ad benevolentiam deduco || habeo odium erga or in aliquem || paciscor de utilitate cum odio || a Tyria collectum odium = hatred conceived against Tyria (= Europe) || causas odiorum praetendo || ubi causas odiorum praetenderant || adversus publicum odium privatam gratiam praeparo || ab incunabulis imbutus odio tribunorum = he was reared since childhood hating tribunes || ab odio plebis an ab servili fraude = following the hate of the people or the wickedness of the slaves || civitas intestino flagrabat odii || nam neque neglegentia tua neque odio id fecit tuo || circumsederi urbem Romanam ab odio finitimorum || civitates eae perpetuo in Romanos odio certavere (= certaverunt) || Galli proprio atque insito in Romanos odio accenduntur || civitas … intestino inter patres plebemque flagrabat odio || fac huius odii tanti ac tam universi periculum || ubi multum (beneficia) antevenere (= antevenerunt), pro gratia odium redditur


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