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illittĕrātus or illītĕrātus (inl- ), a, um, adj. in-litteratus.
II. Unwritten, i. e. not drawn up in writing, = ἄγραφος (post-class. and very rare): “tacito illitteratoque Atheniensium consensu,Gell. 11, 18, 4; cf.: illitterata pax est, quae litteris comprehensa non est, Paul. ex Fest. p. 113 Müll.—
III. Inarticulate: “sonitus,interjections, Prisc. 1024 P.: “vox,id. 537 P.
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