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tĕnĕrĭtūdo , ĭnis, f. tener,
I.softness, tenderness si terra teneritudinem habet, Varr. R. R. 1, 36; “casei,Pall. Mai, 9, 2: “corticis,id. Jan. 15, 16: “pueri primae teneritudinis,of the tenderest age, Suet. Tib. 44.
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