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... non humilis mulier, triumpho.

superbo, non humilis mulier, triumpho.
superbus, superba, superbumarrogant, overbearing, haughty, proudarrogant, anmaßend, hochmütig, stolzarrogant, dominateur, hautain, fierarrogante, prepotente, arrogante, orgogliosoarrogante, prepotente, altivo, orgulloso
superbo,(Currently undefined; we'll fix this soon.)
superbo,  nonnot, by no means, nonicht, auf keinen Fall, keinnon, pas du tout, pas denon per nulla, nessunNo, de ninguna manera, no
superbo,  Non., abb.Nones; 7th of month, March, May, July, Oct., 5th elsewhenNones; 7. des Monats, März, Mai, Juli, Oktober, 5. elsewhenNones, 7 mois, Mars, Mai, Juillet, octobre, 5e autre momentNones, 7 mesi, marzo, maggio, luglio, ottobre, 5 ° elsewhenNones, séptimo del mes, marzo, mayo, julio, octubre, 5 de elsewhen
superbo, non humilis, humile, humilior -or -us, humillimus -a -umlow, lowly, small, slight, base, mean, humble, obscure, poor, insignificantniedrig, niedrig, klein, leicht, base, bedeutet, demütigen, zu verdecken, arm, unbedeutendfaible, humble, petit, léger, de base, moyen, humble, obscur, pauvre, insignifiantbasso, umile, piccolo, leggero, base, medio, umile, oscuro, povero, insignificantebajo, humilde, pequeña, ligera, base, media, humilde, oscuro, pobre, insignificante
superbo, non humilis mulier, mulieris Fwoman; wife; mistressFrau, Frau, Geliebtefemme, femme, maîtressedonna, moglie, amantemujer, esposa, amante
superbo, non humilis mulier, triumphus, triumphi Mtriumph, victory paradeTriumph, Siegesparadetriomphe, défilé de victoire trionfo, la vittoria paratatriunfo, desfile de la victoria
superbo, non humilis mulier, triumpho, triumphare, triumphavi, triumphatustriumph over; celebrate a triumph; conquer completely, triumphTriumph über; ein Triumph zu feiern; komplett zu erobern, Triumphtriomphe plus de ; célébrer un triomphe ; conquérir complètement, triomphe trionfare, a celebrare un trionfo; conquistare completamente, trionfotriunfo encima; celebrar un triunfo; conquistar totalmente, triunfo

"triumpho" is of course abl. manner with "superbo," but note that it is place next to "mulier." Did Horace intend the association of the two words?


 
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