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signĭfĭcātus , ūs, m. significo (postAug. for significatio, II. B. and D.).
I. A sign, token, prognostic of coming changes of weather: tempestatum significatus. Vitr. 9, 7 fin.; Plin. 18, 25, 59, § 221; 18, 31, 74, § 310.—
II. Lit., meaning, import, signification of a word (syn. vis): “ve particula duplicem significatum capit,Gell. 5, 12, 9. —
B. Transf., a name, appellation: “bellis significatum dare,Arn. 1, 3.
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