frictus


frictus
[st1]1 [-] frictus, a, um : part. passé de frico; frotté. [st1]2 [-] frictus (frixus), a, um : part. passé de frigo. - [abcl][b]a - grillé, rôti. - [abcl]b - frit.[/b] [st1]3 [-] frictŭs, ūs, m. : frottement.
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[st1]1 [-] frictus, a, um : part. passé de frico; frotté. [st1]2 [-] frictus (frixus), a, um : part. passé de frigo. - [abcl][b]a - grillé, rôti. - [abcl]b - frit.[/b] [st1]3 [-] frictŭs, ūs, m. : frottement.
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    Frictus, Participium: vt Frictus ex oleo. Plin. Frit à l'huile.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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