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Ăpĭna , ae, f.,
I.a poor and small town in Apulia, Plin. 3, 11, 16, § 144.—Hence, in the plur.: ăpĭnae , prov. (as tricae, q. v.), trifles, worthless things: “apinae tricaeque,Mart. 14, 1, 7; 1, 113, 2 (some regard this form as from ἀφανής, obscure, of no account).
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