huiusce


huiusce
    Huiusce, genitiuus ab hic haec hoc: compositum cum syllabica adiectione CE. Cic. Quos tandem fructus huiusce necessitudinis in istius imperio tulit? De ceste, etc.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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