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clīnĭcus , i, m., = κλινικός [κλίνη, the bed].
I. A physician who attends patients sick in bed, Mart. 9, 97; cf. “MEDICVS,Inscr. Orell. 2983: “deus,Prud. Apoth. 205.—
II. A patient confined to his bed, Hier. Ep. 105, n. 5.—
III. A bearer of the bier, sexton, grave-digger, Mart. 3, 93, 24 (al. archiclinico; cf. id. 1, 31).—
IV. One who was baptized when sick or infirm, Cypr. Ep. 69 fin.
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