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urvo (urbo ), āre, v. n. urvum, plough round, mark out with a plough: “urvat, Ennius in Andromedā significat circumdat, ab eo sulco, qui fit in urbe condendā urvo aratri ... Ait autem: Circum sese urvat ad pedes, etc.,Fest. p. 375 Müll. N. cr. (Trag. v. 141 Vahl.); cf.: “urvare est aratro definire,Dig. 50, 16, 239, § 6.
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