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faenĕrārĭus , ĭi, m. id., for the usual faenerator, who lends money on interest, a usurer, Firm. 3, 8 fin.
2.faenĕrārĭus (less correctly fēn-, foen- ), ĭi, m. faenum, = faenarius, a seller of hay, a hay salesman: “macellarios, vinarios, faenerarios, et cellaritas sic servari desideramus,Cassiod. Var. 10, 28 init.
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