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pĕtĭŏlus , i, m. dim. pes,
I.a little foot, little leg (post-Aug.).
I. Lit.: nudus, Afr. ap. Non. 160, 16; Cels. 2, 18, 31: “in petiolis capitulisque haedorum et vitulorum et agnorum,id. 2, 22, 2.—
II. Transf., a stem or stalk of fruits: “petioli, quibus mala pendent,Col. Arb. 23, 2; “of the olive,id. 12, 49, 8.
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