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Ŏpĭter , ĭtĕris and ĭtris (cf. Prisc. p. 695 P.;
I.gen. Opetris; cf. Borghes. Framm. de' Fasti Cons. 1, p. 66), m. ob-pater, a Roman prœnomen: “Opiter est, cujus pater avo vivo mortuus est,Fest. p. 184 Müll.: “Opiter Verginius,Liv. 2, 17; 2, 54.
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