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Kălendārĭum (Cal- ), ii, n. id.,
I.a debt-book, account-book, the interest-book of a money-lender, because monthly interest was reckoned to the Kalends: “nemo beneficia in Kalendario scribit,Sen. Ben. 1, 2, 3: “versare,id. Ep. 14, 18: “quid fenus et Kalendarium et usura, nisi humanae cupiditatis extra naturam quaesita nomina,id. Ben. 7, 10, 3; Orig. 12, 1, 41; 15, 1, 58 al.; “also called Kalendarii liber,Sen. Ep. 87, 7. —
II. Trop.: “graciles aurium cutes Kalendarium expendunt,” i. e. a fortune, a whole estate, Tert. Hab. Mul. 1, 9 fin.
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