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uncus ī, m

1 AC-, a hook, barb : ferreus, L.: severus (an attribute of Necessitas), H.: uncus inpactus est fugitivo illi, i. e. the hook of the executioner (in the neck of a criminal condemned to death): Seianus ducitur unco Spectandus, Iu.: bene cum decusseris uncum, i. e. hast escaped a great peril , Pr.

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