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inter-cus , cŭtis, adj. cutis,
I.under the skin, intercutaneous.
B. As subst.: intercus , cŭtis, f., the dropsy: “tumens morbi intercutis (al. aquae intercutis),Hier. Vita Hilar. 37: “leucophlegmatiam, quam Latino nomine intercutem dicimus,Cael. Aur. Tard. 3, 8, 102.—
C. Trop.: aquam te habere in animo intercutem, dropsy in the mind, a weak and watery mind, Lucil. ap. Non. 37, 2.—
II. In gen., within the skin, internal, inward: “intercutibus vitiis madentes,Gell. 13, 8 fin.; cf. stupra, Cato ap. Prisc.p. 719 P.
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