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sesquĭ-pēs , pĕdis, m.,
I.a foot and a half (in length, breadth, etc.): “cytisum in sesquipedem ponere,Varr. R. R. 1, 43: “plus quam sesquipedem prohibeat infodere,Col. 3, 13, 8; id. Arb. 1, 5: “sesquipede est quam tu longior,Plaut. Trin. 4, 2, 58; Mart. 8, 60, 2; Pers. 1, 57.
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