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frăces , um (sing. form FRAX;
I.v. the foll.), m. kindr. with FRAG, frango; cf. fragosus; lit., broken bits, fragments; hence, grounds or dregs of oil: FRAX τρυγία γάρου; fraces ἐλαίου τρυγία: ὑπόστασις ἐλαίου; fracere ἐξίστασθαι; fracidus ὑπέρωρος, Gloss. Philox.: “oleum quam diutissime in amurca et in fracibus erit, tam deterrimum erit,Cato, R. R. 64 fin.; 66 fin.; Col. 6, 13, 3; Plin. 15, 6, 6, § 21 sq. al.; Vitr. 7, 1; Grat. Cyneg. 474.
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