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tene tur

tenebrae -arum f. pl. [darkness; night; blindness; obscurity].

tenebricosus -a -um [dark , gloomy, obscure].

tenebrosus -a -um [dark , gloomy].

teneo tenere tenui tentum [to hold; to possess , keep, preserve, maintain; to understand, grasp, know, remember; to contain, comprise]; milit. [to occupy, garrison; to master, restrain, keep back; to charm, delight, amuse]; intransit. [to keep on, persevere, persist, endure].

tener -era -erum [tender , delicate, soft; young]; adv. tenere.

tenerasco -ere [to grow tender].

teneritas -atis f. [tenderness , softness].

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