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mūsĭmo or musmo , ŏnis, m., = μούσμων, animal of Sardinia, prob. the muflone, from which we have the tame sheep, Plin. 8, 49, 75, § 199.—
II. Transf.: “musimones asini, muli, aut equi breves. Lucil. lib. sexto: pretium emit, qui vendit equum musimonem (i. e. a stallion). Cato Deletorio: asinum aut musimonem aut arietem,Non. 137, 22 sq.; cf. Serv. Verg. G. 3, 446.
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