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vĕtĕrīnus , a, um, adj. contr. from vehiterinus, from veho; cf. Fest. p. 369 Müll.,
I.of or belonging to carrying or drawing burdens.
I. Adj.: bestia, a beast of burden or draught, Cato ap. Fest. p. 369; “called also pecus,Arn. 3, 139: “genus,Plin. 11, 46, 106, § 255; “hence also: semen equorum,Lucr. 5, 890 (887); so, “semen,id. 5, 865 (862).—
B. Substt.: vĕtĕrīnae , ārum, f., and -tĕrīna , ōrum, n., draught-cattle, beasts of burden, Varr. R. R. 1, 38, 3; Plin. 11, 37, 64, § 168; 11, 50, 111, § 265.—
II. Of or belonging to beasts of burden: ars, the art of healing domestic animals, Veg. Vet. praef. 1.
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