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substillus , a, um, adj. sub - stillo (ante- and post - class.),
I.slightly dropping, dribbling.
I. Adj.: “lotium,” i. e. strangury, Cato, R. R. 156, 6.—
II. Subst.: substil-lum , i, n., a slight dropping, a sprinkling: “substillum tempus ante pluviam jam paene uvidum et post pluviam non persiccum, quod jam stillaret, aut nondum desisset, Fest. pp. 306 and 307 Müll.: dehinc substillum et denuo sudum,Tert. Pall. 2.
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