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Oblīquŏlŏquus , i, m. obliquus-loquor, who speaks indirectly, i. e. ambiguously, an epithet of Apollo, acc. to the Gr. Λοξίας, in allusion to his obscure oracles: Obliquoloquus, Λοξίας, Gloss. Philox.
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