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glandŭlae , ārum, f. dim. id.; lit., a little acorn; hence, transf..
I. The glands of the throat, called also tonsillae: “in ipsis cervicibus glandulae positae sunt, quae interdum cum dolore intumescunt,Cels. 4, 1. —
B. Swollen glands in the neck, enlarged tonsils, Cels. 2, 1 fin.; 8, 4.—
II. I. q. glandium, the neck-piece, delicate bits, esp. of pork, Mart. 3, 82, 21; 7, 20, 4; Apic. 4, 1, § 117.
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