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lurco , āre, v. a., and lurcor , āri,
I.v. dep. n. [perh. lura, to have a stomach of leather], to eat voraciously, to devour: “lurcare est cum aviditate cibum sumere,Non. 10, 31: lardum, Pomp. ap. Non. 11, 6 (Com. Rel. v. 169 Rib.): “ut lurcaretur lardum,Lucil. ib. 11, 2.
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