Valerio ridiculed the proposal to his friends and called Cavour an aper of English customs.
Jacob Grimm suggests the name of a hypothetical god or hero, aper or Aprus.
aper calls it little more than 400 years; but in a conversation-piece strict accuracy is not to be expected.
aper launches out against the ancients, and gives the preference to the advocates of his own time.
aper went through his argument, according to his custom, with warmth and vehemence.
I expected that aper, after naming this orator, would have drawn up the rest of his forces in regular order.
aper (section x.) mentions the Gauls as their common countrymen: Ne quid de Gallis nostris loquamur.
This was the hard lot of poetry, and this the state of public reading, which aper describes to his friend Maternus.
"Laugh not," rejoined she: "thou'lt be emperor when thou hast slain a wild boar" (aper).
aper was brought before the assembly under a guard of soldiers.