suffrago


suffrago
[st1]1 [-] suffrago, āre : - tr. - voter pour. [st1]2 [-] suffrago, ĭnis, f. : jarret (des quadrupèdes), éparvin (tumeur osseuse du jarret); provin.    - suffragines vitis, Col. : rejetons qui sortent du pied de la vigne.
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[st1]1 [-] suffrago, āre : - tr. - voter pour. [st1]2 [-] suffrago, ĭnis, f. : jarret (des quadrupèdes), éparvin (tumeur osseuse du jarret); provin.    - suffragines vitis, Col. : rejetons qui sortent du pied de la vigne.
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    Suffrago, pen. prod. suffraginis, foe. gen. Plin. Le pli du derriere des jambes des chevauls et autres bestes, qui respond à l'endroict des genoulx de devant, Le jarret de derriere.
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    Suffragines. Columel. Ce que és arbres et vignes surmonte en croissant apres avoir coupé une branche en faisant comme un nombril.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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