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hĭulco , no
I.perf., ātum, 1, v. a. hiulcus, to cause to gape or split open, to break into chinks: “cum gravis exustos aestus hiulcat agros,Cat. 68, 62: “per hiulcatos agros,Fortun. Carm. 6, 12, 6.
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