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PAG. 045 (GoogleBooks)


Incipit: Amputare]

Scribae: tmccarthy, [adde nomen]

Status: Format


Pag. 045

AM. AN.

Amputare] Vid. Abscindere.

Amuletum] Religiosum gestamen amoliendis periculis, Plin. Sipont. Praebia, Fest. Remedia in collis puerorum, Scal. Ligaturis curare, Fab. Vict. Samothracius annulus Isid.

Amurca] Magma, Plin. Fraces, Vitr. Sanies, Cat. Retrimenta, Plin. Cerda, Faex olei, Plin.

Amussis] Linea, Vitruv. Album, Sen. Epist. 59 Rubrica, Pers. Stat. Amussium, Bernar. Bald. in Vitruv.

Amygdalum] Nux Graeca, Cos. Plin. Nux Thasia, Plin. Macrob.

An?] Nunquid? Ter. Nunquidnam non novi? Id. Anne? Cic. Num furis? Hor. Ecquid attendis? Cic. Vid. Ne, Enclitic.

Analibras, Drachmas] Singulas libras, vel uncias binas, ternas, vel singulorum tres uncias.

Analecta] Reliquiae mensarum. Collectanea, Cic. Vid. Reliquiae.

Analogia] Proportio, Var. Comparatio, Cic.

Analysis] Resolutio, Gell. Examinatio, Arnob.

Anaphora] Repetitio, Cic. Epanaphora aliis.

Anas] Anaticula, Plaut. Quassagipennae et Tremipedae, Anatum epitheta apud Varr. (quod quassis agantur pennis, et tremant pedibus.) Tetrinnit anas.

Anathema] Vid. Exsecratus, et atio.

Anatocismus, usura supra usuram] Usurae in singulos annos renovatio. Foenoris anniversaria renovatio, Bud. et Cic. apud quem est, Renovatio singulorum annorum l. 6. ad Att. de usura. Mergentes sortem usurae, Liv. Usurae usurarum, ex Graeco, Foenorum foenora. Foenoris pensiuncula.

Anatomia] Incisio membrorum, Cels. Ars anatomica, Henr. Steph. Laniena Hippocratica. (Prudentius paulo aliter sumit pro medicina, quae urit vel secat.)

Anatomicus] Prosector, Ter. Dissectionis corporum peritus, Henr. Steph. Medici, qui ista aperta et patefacta viderunt, (scil. vias ad oculos, aures) Cic. Qui homines incidit, Cels

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