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multĭ-jŭgus , a, um, and multĭ--gis , e (the latter form only in Cic. Ait. 14, 9), adj. multus - jugum,
I.yoked many together (mostly post-Aug.).
II. Trop., many, manifold, complex, various: litterae multijuges, * Cic. Att. 14, 9, 1: “spolia multijuga,Gell. 2, 11, 3: “multijuga et sinuosa quaestio,id. 14, 2, 13: “volumina (Aristotelis),App. Mag. p. 297 fin.
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