I.the manager in the school for wrestlers, who took care that the wrestlers anointed their bodies with unguents, in order to give them the necessary suppleness, and exercised them in the ring, master of wrestling, or of the ring: ut aliptae, virium et coloris rationem habere, * Cic. Fam. 1, 9, 15: “Geometres, pictor, aliptes,” Juv. 3, 76; “aliptā egere,” Cels. 1, 1 Daremb.
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ălĭmōnĭum - ălĭūta
ăliptēs or ălipta , ae, m., = ἀλείπτης,