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jējūno , 1, v. n. id., fast (late Lat.): “Abraham peregrinis prandentibus cibos jejunaturus apposuit,Hier. Ep. 66, 11: “cum jejunas laeta sit facies tibi,id. ib. 22, 27.—
(β). With dat., to abstain from a thing: Adam salvus alioquin, si uni arbusculae jejunare maluisset, Tert. Jejun. 3.—With ab: “a justa fruge naturae,Tert. Pud. 16.— Trop.: “philosophiā,Tert. Anim. 6.
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