syluester


syluester
    Syluester, haec syluestris, et hoc syluestre: vel hic et haec syluestris, et hoc syluestre. Virgil. Sauvage, Rustique, Champestre, Ramage.
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    Musa syluestris. Virgil. Un virlé et chanson champestre.
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    Locus syluestris. Cic. Plein de bois, Lieu forestier et sauvage.
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    Materia syluestris et culta. Ci. Bois de haulte fustaye, et fruictiers.
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    Tecta syluestria. Cic. Maisons de champs.
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    Tumulus syluestris. Liu. Plein de bois, Petit tertre forestier.
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    Syluestriora omnia tardiora. Plin. Toutes choses sauvages.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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