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summāno (subm- ), āre, v. a. and
I.n [sub-mano].
I. Neutr., to glide or trickle under, Vitr. 8, 1, 2.—
II. Act., to wet somewhat: “vestimenta mea, ubi obdormivi ebrius, Summano (with a play on the name Summanus, i. e. Pluto),Plaut. Curc. 3, 46 (v. the passage in connection).
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