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arquātus , a, um, adj. arquus = arcus = rainbow; v. arcus init.: morbus,
I.the jaundice (a disease in which the skin turns to the yellow color of the rainbow), Cels. 3, 24.—Hence, subst.: arquātus , i, m., one that has the jaundice, Non. p. 425, 3: “Lurida praeterea flunt, quaecumque tuentur Arquati,Lucr. 4, 332 sq.; Varr. ap. Non. p. 35, 16; Col. 7, 5, 18; and Plin. 20, 11, 44, § 115.
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