diffundere

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ast ego pampineis diffundere bracchia thyrsis et tenuare colus (pudet haec taedetque fateri) iam scio.
Venus' portrait in the Aeneid 1,319 ("dederatque comam diffundere ventis") and, more important, Daphne's description in Ovid's Metamorphoses 1,529 ("et levis impulsos retro dabat aura capillos" this is in the same Ovidian passage from which fray Luis will appropriately quote -- see below); cf.