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pĕcūlor , āri,
I.v. dep. n. [peculium], to defraud the public, to embezzle the public money, to peculate: “rem publicam,Flor. 3, 17, 3.—Hence, pĕcūlans , antis, P. a.—As subst. plur.: pĕcūlantĭa , ium, n., peculations: “vestra,Commod. 70, 13.
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