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vānĭlŏquus (-lŏcus ), a, um, adj. vanus-loquor,
I.talking emplily or idly, gabbling, prating, i. e.,
I. Lying: “quia vanilocu's, vapulabis,Plaut. Am. 1, 1, 223.— Ambros. Ep. 63, 7.—
II. Boastful, bragging, vaunting, Liv. 35, 48, 2: “ore,Sil. 14, 280: “genus,id. 8, 17.
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