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būstum ī, n

a place of burning and burying, funeral - pyre: semiusta Busta, V. — A mound, tomb: bustum evertere: Catilinae ingens terreno ex aggere, V.; a place in Rome was named busta Gallica, the tomb of the Gauls, L.: civilia busta (of Philippi), Pr.—Plur., of a single tomb: Nini, O. —Fig., of Tereus: se vocat bustum miserabile nati, O.: bustum legum, i. e. one who annulled the laws.

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