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būcĕrus (būcĕrĭus , Lucr. 2, 663), a, um, adj., = βούκερως,
I.having the horns of a bullock, ox-horned (perh. only in the foll. exs.): bucerum pecus de bubus dicimus, Paul. ex Fest. p. 32 Müll.: “bucera saecla,the race of horned caltle, Lucr. 5, 864; so id. 6, 1236; imitated by Ovid: armenta, * Ov. M. 6, 395: “buceriae greges,Lucr. 2, 663 (quoted by Non. p. 80, 27, and p. 208, 21).
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