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sălūtātrix , īcis, f. salutator (postAug.),
I.she that salutes; occurring only in apposition.
I. In gen.: “pica,Mart. 7, 87, 6: “charta,” i. e. a letter of greeting, id. 9, 99, 2.—
II. In partic., she that makes complimentary visits, that pays court: “turba,” i. e. the crowd of clients who come to salute their patron in the morning, Juv. 5, 21.
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