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ălĭūta , adv. (orig.
I.acc. plur. of aliutum, a lengthened form for aliud; like actutum, astutus, etc.; cf. Sanscr. anyathā, aliter), in another manner, otherwise: aliuta antiqui dicebant pro aliter .... Hinc est aliud in legibus Numae Pompilii: SEI. QVIS. ALIVTA. FAXIT., Paul. ex Fest. p. 6 Müll. (ad Plaut. Rud. prol. 10, v. Fleck.).
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