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vēnālis c, adj.

venum, of selling, to be sold, for sale, purchasable, venal: horti: possessiones: vox, i. e. of a public crier: Otium non gemmis venale, H.: dixisse Urbem venalem et mature perituram, si, etc., S.Plur m. as subst, young slaves: de venalibus homines electi: Reticulum panis venalīs inter vehas, H.Capable of being bribed, purchasable, venal: quae ipse semper habuit venalia, fidem, ius iurandum: iuris dictio: multitudo pretio, L.

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