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ĭynx , iyngis, f., = ἴυγξ,
I.the wryneck, a bird made use of in conjurations and charms, with which it was thought that slighted lovers could procure a return of affection, Plin. 11, 47, 107, § 256; Laev. ap. App. Mag. p. 294.
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