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frātercŭlo , āre, v. n. fraterculus, a word comically formed by Plautus, after the analogy of sororiare, and also used of the breasts, swell up alike (v. sororio), Plaut. Fragm. ap. Fest. p. 297 Müll.; cf. also FRATRARE.
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