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querquĕrus or quercĕrus , a, um, adj. cf. Gr. καρκαίρω, to tremble,
I.cold to trembling, shivering (ante- and post-class.): querqueram frigidam cum tremore a Graeco κάρκαρα certum est dici, unde et carcer. Lucilius: Jactans me ut febris querquera, the ague, Paul. ex Fest. p. 256 Müll.; so, febris querquera, Plaut. Fragm. ap. Prisc. p. 719 P.: “febris rapida et quercera,Gell. 20, 1, 26; also, absol.: querquĕra , ae, f., the ague: “querqueras sanare,Arn. 1, 28; App. Mag. p. 297, 14 (al. querquerum).
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