delubrum


delubrum
dēlūbrum, i, n. [de + luo] [st2]1 [-] lieu de purification. --- Isid. 15, 4. [st2]2 [-] temple, sanctuaire. --- Cic. Arch. 19 ; Nat. 3, 91.
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dēlūbrum, i, n. [de + luo] [st2]1 [-] lieu de purification. --- Isid. 15, 4. [st2]2 [-] temple, sanctuaire. --- Cic. Arch. 19 ; Nat. 3, 91.
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    delubrum, delubri, pen. prod. Plin. Un lieu qui estoit dedié à plusieurs idoles, Un temple.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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