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gaunăcārĭus , ii, m. gaunacum,
I.a dresser of furs, furrier, Inscr. ap. Don. cl. 8, no. 69.‡ † gaunăcum , i, n., = καυνάκη, a Persian or Babylonian fur, prepared from weasel- or mouse-skins, Varr. L. L. 5, § 167 Müll. N. cr.
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