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ferrūmen (fērū- ), ĭnis, n. ferrum.
I. Cement, solder, glue (post-Aug.): “quod furto calcis sine ferumine suo caementa componuntur,Plin. 36, 23, 55, § 176; Petr. 102; Dig. 41, 1, 27.—Transf.: esse videtur Homeri (versus) simplicior et sincerior, Vergilii autem ϝεωτερικώτερος et quodam quasi ferumine immisso fucatior, etc., i. e. connection, connecting word, Gell. 13, 26, 3. —*
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