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verna , ae, comm. root vas, to dwell; Sanscr. vāstu, house; Gr. ἄστυ, city,
I.a slave born in his master's house, a homeborn slave.
II. Transf., a native: “de plebe Remi Numaeque verna, Jucundus, etc.,Mart. 10, 76, 4; cf.: “Romanos vernas appellabant, id est ibidem natos,Fest. p. 372 Müll.—Hence,
B. Adj.: ver-nus , a, um, native: “apri,Mart. 1, 50, 24: “lupi,id. 10, 30, 21: “tuberes,id. 13, 43, 2: “liber,” i. e. written in Rome, id. 3, 1, 6.
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