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tŏmus , i, m., = τόμος.
I. In gen., a cut, piece, bit: vilis, a cheap piece, i. e. roll of paper, Mart. 1, 67, 3. —
II. In partic.
A. A part, book, tome of a larger work: feci excerpta ex libris sexaginta in quinque tomis, M. Aurel. ap. Front, Ep. ad Caes. 2, 13. —
B. Transf., a book, in gen.: “accipe tibi tomum magnum novum,Hier. Ep. 22, 38.
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