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oecus , i, m., = οἶκος,
I.a room in a house; a hall, saloon (only in Vitr. and Plin.): “oeci magni, in quibus matresfamiliarum cum lanificis habent sessiones,Vitr. 6, 10; Plin. 36, 25, 60, § 184; cf. Becker's Gallus, 2, p. 189 (2d ed.).
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