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1. See, die, mare (im allg.). – Oceanus (das große Weltmeer). – die hohe See, altum: die offene und wogende S., salum: die hoch gehende S., mare fluctibus exasperatum; mare asperum: zur S., mari: als Appos. auch maritimus (z.B. dimicatio, hostis) od. navalis (z.B. proelium, hostis): zur S. (zu Wasser) u. zu Lande, s. Wasser no. II: zur S. gehen, mare ingredi; navigationi secommittere (sich der [2102] Schiffahrt anvertrauen); maria tenta re (sich auf der See versuchen): zur See sein, mari navigare: in die See gehen, stechen, s. absegeln: in die hohe See stechen, altum petere; in altum provehi oder proficisci: mit der Flotte in die S. stechen, in mare educere classem e portu: das Schiff in S. lassen, navem deducere. – die S. geht hoch, s. hoch (S. 1345 oben): die S. geht niedrig, mare languidum est: die S. geht hohl, inclinatio maris est: die See schlägt Wellen, est crebrior maris fluctus. 1806–1895.

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