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barbŭla , ae. f. dim. barba.
I. A little beard (as worn by the young Romans; v. barba. barbatus, and barbatulus): non hac barbulā, sed illa horrida, quam in statuis antiquis videmus, * Cic. Cael. 14, 33.—
B. Transf. to plants (cf. barba, II. A.), Plin. 27, 11, 74, § 98; 21, 8, 25, § 49.—
II. A cognomen of Q. Aemilius, Liv 9, 20, 7.
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