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allŭvĭes (adl- ), ēi, f. alluo.
I. A pool of water occasioned by the overflowing of the sea or a river: in proximā adluvie pueros exponunt, * Liv. 1, 4.—
II. Land formed by overflow, alluvial land: fluminum adluvie, * Col. 3, 11, 8.—In the plur.: “mare quietas adluvies temperabat,App. M. 11, p. 260, 29 Elm.
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