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armātus , ūs, m. armo,
I.armor (only in the abl.).
I. Lit.: “haud dispari,Liv. 33, 3: “Cretico,id. 42, 55 fin.: “armatu sustinendo assueti milites,Fronto, Prim. Hist. Fragm. 2, p. 341.—
II. Meton., armed soldiers (cf. armatura, I. B.): “gravi armatu,with the heavy-armed, Liv. 37, 41: “magnā parte impedimentorum relictā in Bruttiis, et omni graviori armatu,id. 26, 5.
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