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ūnĭgĕna , ae (collat. form oenĭgĕ-nŏs unigenitus, Paul. ex Fest. p. 195 Müll.), adj. unus-gigno.
I. Only-begotten, only: “idcirco singularem deus hunc mundum atque unigenam procreavit,Cic. Univ. 4, 10.—In Christian authors, of Christ: “dominus deusque,Paul. Nol. Carm. 5, 46; cf. unigenitus.—
II. Born of one parent, of one or the same family (poet.): te, Phoebe, relinquens Unigenamque simul cultricem montibus Idri, i. e. Diana, sister of Phoebus. Cat. 64, 301; of Zephyrus, as brother of Memnon, id. 66, 53.
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