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-argento , āvi, ātum, l, v. a. argentum. *
I. To deprive of money (anteclass.): depeculassere aliqua sperans me atque deargentassere, Lucil. ap. Non. 97, 8. —
II. To silver over, to plate with silver (late Lat.): “idola deargentata et deaurata, Hier. in les. 9, 30, 24: arma,Oros. 3, 22: “columba,Aug. Ep. 23, 5: “pennae,Vulg. Psa. 67, 14.
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