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mānĕ
adverb

This word is an invariable part of speech

1 in the morning
2 early in the morning

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Locutions, idioms and examples


bene mane || hodie mane || heri mane || cras mane || a mani ad vesperum = from morning to evening || a mane (diei) = from the morning || cata mane || ad ipsum mane = until the morning itself || a mani ad noctem usque = from morning to night || bene or multo mane || a primo mane = early in the morning || ad me bene mane Dionysius fuit = Dionysius arrived at my place early in the morning || a mane usque ad vesperum = from morning to evening || postero die mane || bene mane haec scripsi || ad eum postridie mane vadebam, cum haec scripsi = I wrote this letter to you the morning after, before going to him || a mani ad noctem usque in foro dego diem = I spend the whole day, from morning to evening, at the forum || at tu apud nos hic mane dum redeat ipsa


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