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catlaster , tri, m. contr. for catulaster from catulus; cf. Charis. p. 65 P.; Prisc. p. 618 ib. and 628 ib.,
I.a boy, lad, stripling: catulaster βούπαις, πάλληξ, Gloss. Philox.; Vitr. 8, 3, 24 Schneid. (p. 242 Bip. catastros).
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