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grōma or grūma , ae, f.
I. A surveyor's pole or measuring-rod, acc. to Paul. ex Fest. s. v. p. 72 Müll. and Non. 63, 6.— Hence,
II. Transf., the centre of a camp, where the measuring-rod was planted, so as to divide the camp into four quarters by streets meeting at that point, Hyg. de Limit. p. 164 Goes.
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