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jŭgārĭus , a, um, adj. jugum,
I.yoked together, Hyg. Fab. 183: “Vicus Jugarius,a place in Rome where stood an altar to the foundress of marriage, Liv. 35, 21, 6; 27, 37, 13.—
II. Subst.: jŭgārĭus , ii, m., an ox-herd, Col. 1, 6, 6.
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