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pĕdālis , e, adj. pes,
I.of or belonging to the foot, foot-.
I. In gen.; hence, subst.: pĕdālis , is, f. (sc. solea), a slipper, Petr 56.—
II. In partic., of the size of a foot, of a foot, as a measure; a foot in length, breadth, thickness, etc.: “sol mihi videtur quasi pedalis,a foot in diameter, Cic. Ac. 2, 26, 82; cf. Sen. Q. N. 1, 3, 10: “transtra ex pedalibus in latitudinem trabibus,Caes. B. G. 3, 13: “longitudo,Col. 4, 7, 3: “crassitudo,Plin. 17, 8, 4, § 47: “altitudo,id. 20, 22, 91, § 247: “spatium,Col. 4, 16, 2: “intervalla,Plin. 21, 4, 10, § 21: “sulcus,id. 17, 20, 33, § 146.—Subst.: pĕdālis , is, f., a measure; in gen.: “tuae praecisionis,Vulg. Jer. 51, 13.
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