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tintinno (tintĭno ), āre, and tintin-nĭo , īre, v. n. reduplicated from tinnio,
I.to ring, clink, clank, to jingle, tingle (anteclass.): tintinnabant compedes, Naev. ap. Fest. p. 364 Müll.; Nigid. ap. Non. 40, 16: tintinnire janitoris impedimenta (i. e. catenas) audio, Afran. ap. Non. 40, 14; id. apFest. p. 364 Müll. N. cr.: “sonitu suopte Tintĭnant aures,Cat. 51, 11.
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