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circĭtor (or circuĭtor , Petr. 53, 10), ōris, m. for circumitor, from circumeo, lit. one who goes around, hence,
I. A watchman (of gardens. buildings, etc.; “postclass.),Auct. Priap. 16, 1, Front. Aquaed. 117; Petr. 1 1.—
II. In milit. lang., plur., those who go the rounds and visit the posts of sentinels, patrols, Veg. Mil. 3, 8; Hier. Ep. 61, n. 7.—Sing.' CIRCITOR, Inscr. Murat. 540, 2.—
III. A pedler, Dig. 14, 3, 5, § 4.
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