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mūcor , ōris, m. muceo.
1. Mould, mouldiness, in bread (post-Aug.): “mucorem contrahere,to become mouldy, Col. 12, 4, 4.—
2. Mustiness, in wine, vinegar, etc.: “mucor (vini),Dig. 18, 6, 4.—Also, a moisture which flows from vines, and is injurious to them: “mucor, qui maxime vites infestat,Plin. 17, 15, 25, § 116.
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