- n. Plural form of carman.
“The first sense is seen here and at _Tr_ I i 39, _EP_ I v 13, and at _Tr_ V i 71 'ipse nec emendo, sed ut hic _deducta_ legantur', and the second at _Ecl_ VI 4-5 'pastorem, Tityre, pinguis/pascere oportet ouis, _deductum_ dicere carmen', where _deductum ... carmen_ represents the [Greek: Mousan ... leptaleên] of Callimachus _Aetia_ I 24; Servius comments on the metaphor from spinning.”
“For instance, the entry deductum carmen] carmen deductum _M_ indicates that _deductum carmen_ is the reading of _BCFHILT_, while”
“The word "charm" is derived from the Latin word "carmen," signifying a verse in which the charms were sometimes written, examples of which will be given later.”
“For it the word carmen is used by the classic authors, so that hymnus is specifically a Christian derivative from the Greek, like so many other expressions of the liturgy.”
“And CAT ULLUS he hups and he scribbles a "carmen" -- wich then meant a song,”
“As a result of some scandal, perhaps involving the women of the imperial family, which Ovid refers to as carmen et error 'a song/poem and a mistake, 'Augustus banished Ovid to Tomi, near the Black Sea.”
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