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īnfula ae, f

2 FAL-, a band, bandage: in infulis rem depingere.—A sacred fillet (a woolen band, white and red, worn upon the forehead by priests, victims, and suppliants, as a badge of consecration): sacerdotes Cereris cum infulis: sacerdos Infula cui redimibat tempora, V.: cum infulis supplices manūs tendunt, Cs.: velata infulis navis, L.A mark of distinction, badge of honor: his infulis imperi venditis (state lands).

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