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pittăcĭum , ĭi, n., = πιττάκιον.
I. A little leaf or slip of parchment, etc.; a ticket, label, on wine-bottles, etc.: “amphorae vitreae, quarum in cervicibus pittacia erant affixa cum hoc titulo: Falernum Opimianum Annorum Centum,Petr. 34; so id. 56; Lampr. Alex. Sev. 21 fin.; Cod. Th. 7, 4, 11.—
II. A small piece of linen or leather spread with salve, a plaster, Cels. 3, 10, 2.—
III. A patch on a garment or shoe: “calceamenta pittaciis consuta,Vulg. Josh. 9, 5.
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