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mystăgōgus , i, m., = μυσταγωγός, who conducts a person through secret and sacred places as a guide, an initiator, a mystagogue, Cic. Verr. 2, 4, 59, § 132.— Trop.: “amicitiae meae, te mystagogo usus, accessit,the founder, Symm. Ep. 5, 64.
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