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păthĭcus , a, um, adj., = παθικός,
I.who submits to unnatural lust, pathic; of men: “Aureli pathice et cinaede Furi,Cat. 16, 2; Juv. 2, 99: “amicus,id. 9, 130; “of women,Auct. Priap. 25, 41 and 76.—Sup.: “pathicissimi libelli,most lascivious, Mart. 12, 96, 1.
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