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văgābundus , a, um, adj. vagor,
I.strolling about, vagabond (ante- and postclass.), Fenest. ap. Fulg. 3, 9: “per annos ferme novem, quibus eos vagabundus audivi,Aug. Conf. 5, 6; 13, 5: “flamma,Sol. 5, 24; Dracont. Hexaëm. 1, 257.
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