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dŭcātus , ūs, m. dux,
I.military leadership, command = ἡγεμονία (post-Aug.), Suet. Tib. 19; Flor. 3, 21, 2; Just. 2, 15, 14; Vulg. Sirach, 7, 4: “calculis omnibus ducatum latrones ei deferunt,App. M. 7, p. 191 med.
II. In gen., guidance (eccl. Lat.): “caecus autem si caeco ducatum praestet,Vulg. Matt. 15, 14.—
III. Transf., authority: “quaerere a domino ducatum,Vulg. Sir. 7, 4 al.
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