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ocris , is, m., = ὄκρις [akin to acer, ocior, root ac-],
I.a broken, rugged, stony mountain (ante-class.): ocrem antiqui montem confragosum vocabant, ut apud Livium: qui ascendunt altum ocrim; et, celsosque ocrīs arvaque petria; et, namque Taenari celsos ocrīs; et, in Pelio ocri, Paul. ex Fest. p. 181 Müll.
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