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nātālīcĭus , -tĭus , a, um, adj. 1. natalis,
I.of or belonging to the hour or day of one's birth, birthday, natal (class.): “qui haec Chaldaeorum natalicia praedicta defendunt,a casting of nativities, Cic. Div. 2, 42, 89: “sidera,id. ib. 2, 43, 91: “dapes,Mart. 7, 86, 1: “lardum,Juv. 11, 84: “sinciput,Petr. 136; Pers. 1, 16: “dies natalicius,Vulg. Gen. 40, 20.—Hence,
II. Subst.
A. nātālīcĭ-um (-tĭum ), ii, n., a birthday present: “aliquid natalicii titulo tibi mittere,Censor. de Die Nat. 1.—
B. nātālīcĭa , ae, f. (sc. cena), a birthday entertainment: “hodie non descendit Antonius. Cur? Dat nataliciam in hortis,Cic. Phil. 2, 6, 15 (so acc. to Cod Vat.; others natalicia, as n. plur.).
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