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plăgĭātor , ōris, m. plagium, same as plagiarius.
I. A man-stealer, kidnapper (late Lat.), Tert. adv. Marc. 1, 23; Mos. et Rom. Leg. Coll. 14, 6, 6.—
II. A seducer, corrupter of youth (late Lat.), Hier. Ep. 5, n. 3.
‡† plăgĭaules , ae, m., = πλαγιαύλης,
I.a player on the cross-flute: “plagiaules, monaules, axaules,Not. Tir. p. 173.
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