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bullātus , a, um, adj. bulla.
I. (Acc. to bulla, I. B.) Quickly passing; acc. to others, inflated, bombastic: “nugae,Pers. 5, 19.—
II. (Acc. to bulla, II.) Furnished with a boss or stud: “cingulum,Varr. L. L. 5, § 116 Müll.—Of the heavens, studded with stars: “aether,Fulg. Myth. 1, p. 24 Munck. —
III. (Acc. to bulla, III.) Wearing a bulla about the neck: puer, Scip. Afr. ap. Macr. S. 2, 10, 7: “statua,of a child, Val. Max. 3, 1, 1: “heres,yet a child, Juv. 14, 5; cf. Petr. 60, 8.
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