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aurūgo , ĭnis,
I.f [aurum].
I. The jaundice (from its color), Isid. Orig. 4, 8, 13: “aurugo, quam quidam regium, quidam arquatum morbum vocant,Scrib. Comp. 110; 127; App. Herb. 85; cf. Apul. Orth. § 41; hence, sickly look, paleness, Vulg Jer. 30, 6.—
II. Of plants, mildew, Vulg. 2 Par. 6, 28; ib. Amos, 4, 9.
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