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dēmĭnūtīvus , a, um, adj. deminuo, no. II. B., in the later gramm. lang.,
I.diminutive: “vox,Tert. Apol. 32: nomen, a diminutive, Don. p. 1744 P. sq.; in this sense often subst. dēminūtīvum , i, n., Diom. p. 312 P.; Prisc. p. 609 sq. et saep: verba (sorbillo from sorbeo, garrulo from garrio), id. p. 827 P.—Adv.: dēmĭnūtīvē , as a diminutive: cymbia deminutive a cymba dicta, Macr. S. 5, 21 al.; al. diminutive.
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