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ŏcellātus , a, um, adj. ocellus,
I.having little eyes (ante class. and post-Aug.).—Only as subst.: ŏcellātum , i, n., a small stone marked with eyes or spots: altera exorat patrem libram ocellatorum (like dice), Varr. ap. Non. 213, 30: “ocellatis ludere,Suet. Aug. 83 (also v. l. for oculatae, id. Dom. 8).
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