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lutum ī, n

3 LV-, mud, mire : volutari in luto: crates luto integuntur, Cs.: imbre lutoque Adspersus, H.: Pinguia crura luto, Iu.: te pervolvam in luto, T.—Prov.: in eodem luto haesitas, you are in the same difficulty , T.—In reproach: o lutum, o sordes, offscouring of the earth.—Loam, clay, potter's clay : caementa interlita luto, L.: quibus meliore luto finxit praecordia Titan, i. e. of better material , Iu.

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