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excŭbĭtor , ōris, m. excubo, who keeps guard, a watchman, guard, sentinel: “haec eadem (castella) noctu excubitoribus ac firmis praesidiis tenebantur,Caes. B. G. 7, 69 fin.: “tribunus excubitor,the captain of the guard, Suet. Claud. 42; id. Ner. 8.— “Of a dog: quis excubitor inveniri potest vigilantior?Col. 7, 12, 1.—Of a cock: “excubitor ales,Verg. M. 2.
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