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-grex , ĕgis (collat. form sēgrĕgus , Aus. Parent. 8, 10), adj. grex,
I.apart, separate (post-Aug. and mostly poet.): “agere vitam segregem,Sen. Ben. 4, 18, 2: “segregem,id. Hippol. 1208: “civitates situ segreges,Sid. Ep. 9, 3; Prud. Cath. 7, 28: “segrege formā,” i. e. different, id. Ham. 804: “segrege regno,divided, id. ib. 66.
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