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ŏcŭlo , 1, v. a. id..
I. To furnish with eyes, make to see (eccl. Lat.).
A. Lit.: “pullos,Tert. Poen. 12.—
B. Trop., to enlighten: “homines in agnitionem veritatis oculare,Tert. Apol. 2: “caecos,Cypr. Idol. Van. 7, 6.—
II. To make visible or conspicuous (eccl. Lat.): “vestem purpurā,Tert. Pud. 8.
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