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nymphĭgĕna , ae, m. nympha- gigno,
I.the Nymph-born, i. e. Achilles, the son of Thetis: sors nova nymphigenae votum post fata meretur: Quam pepigit thalamis, hanc habet in tumulis, i. e. Polyxena, who was immolated on his tomb, Poët. ap. Anth. Lat. t. i., p. 84 Burm.
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