armamenta


armamenta
armāmenta, ōrum, n. pl. [st2]1 [-] équipement d'un vaisseau, agrès. [st2]2 [-] ustensiles, outils, instruments.
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armāmenta, ōrum, n. pl. [st2]1 [-] équipement d'un vaisseau, agrès. [st2]2 [-] ustensiles, outils, instruments.
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    Armamenta, armamentorum. Plaut. Utensiles et instrumens servans à quelque chose que ce soit, principalement en navires.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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