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fīcātum , i, n. (sc. jecur) [id.],
I.the liver of an animal fattened on figs, i. q. συκωτόν, Ital. fégato, v. sycotum, Apic. 7, 3; Marc. Emp. 22 med.; cf. Juv. 5, 114; Hor. S. 2, 8, 88; Plin. 10, 22, 27, § 52 (dub.; Jan. fartilibus); Pers. 6, 71; Mart. 13, 58: “ex jecore, hoc est ficato, sanguis proicitur,Cael. Aur. Signif. Diaet. Pass. 93.
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