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mendum , i, n. Sanscr. manāk, a little; mindā, a defect; cf.: mancus, mendicus,
I.a fault, error, blunder in writing (class.).
II. Trop.: Idus Martiae magnum mendum continent, mistake, error, Cic Att. 14, 22, 2.—
B. A blemish, defect, in the face, etc.: “rara tamen mendo facies caret,Ov. A. A. 3, 261.
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