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convīcium (not-vītium), ī, n

com-+VOC-, a loud noise, cry, clamor, outcry: cum maximo convitio: alcui fit a senatu: cantorum: Humanae convicia linguae, utterances, O.—Of frogs, Ph.— Wrangling, altercation, contention: aures convitio defessae.—Importunity: alqd convitio efflagitare. —A violent disapprobation, contradiction: omnium vestrum: grave: senatūs.—Reproach, abuse, reviling, insult: scurrae: convicio consulis correpti, Cs.: acerbior in conviciis, Ta.: pueris convicia Ingerere, H.: transire a conviciis ad tela, Ta.: nemorum convicia, picae, scolds, O.

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