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incŭbo , ōnis, m. 1. incubo, who lies upon any thing.
I. A spirit that watches over buried treasures (post-class.): “cum modo incuboni pileum rapuisset, thesaurum invenit,Petr. Fragm. Trag. 38, 8.—
II. The nightmare, incubus (post-class.): “ab incubone deludi,Scrib. Comp. 100: “de incubone praesumptio,Tert. Anim. 44.
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