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raptim , adv. raptus, from rapio,
I.by snatching or hurrying away, i. e.,
I. Violently, greedily, rapaciously (very rare): ludunt raptim pila, Nov. ap. Non. 96, 20: “semine raptim avium fame devorato,Plin. 17, 14, 22, § 99.—Far more freq. and class.,
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