I.girded, girt (rare; perh. only in the foll. exs.): Luperci, * Ov F 5, 101 Cethegi, i. e. the ancients (who did not, like the more effeminate men of a later time, wear the tunic ungirded), * Hor. A. P 50.
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cinctūtus , a, um, adj. a lengthened form from cinctus, like astutus, actutum, versutus, etc., from astus, actus, versus, etc.,