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sublŭvĭes , em, e, f. subluo, that which is washed off,
I.filth, dirt (post-Aug.).
I. In gen.: “via subluvie caenosā lubrica,App. M. 9, p. 221, 2: “limosa,Amm. 15, 4.—
II. In partic., a disease in the feet of sheep, the foul, Col. 7, 5, 11; “so in the feet of men,Plin. 30, 9, 23, § 80.—Called also sublŭvĭum , ii, n., Marc. Emp. 18 fin.
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