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percontātīvus (percunct- ), a, um, adj. percontor,
I.universally known (postclass.), Cael. Aur. Tard. 4, 8, 114.—
II. In gram., interrogative: “modus,Diom. p. 328 P.—Adv.: percontātīvē , inquiringly, Charis. p. 161 P.
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