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mŏrētum , i, n. from same root with mordeo, q. v..
I. A country dish composed of garlic, rue, vinegar, oil, etc., Ov. F. 4, 367.—
II. Mŏrētum , i, n., the title of a small poem ascribed to Virgil; v. Heyne and Sillig in Verg. Carm. vol. iv. p. 301 sq. Wagner (acc. to Stander in Zeitschr. für Alt. Wissensch. 1853, part 4, p. 289 sq., a transl. of the Μυττωτός of Virgil's Greek teacher Parthenius).
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