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bidēns entis (abl. entī or ente; gen plur. entium or entum), adj.

bi-+dens, with two teeth: forfex, two - bladed, V.—As subst m., a heavy hoe, mattock with two iron teeth: glaebam frangere bidentibus, V.: bidentis amans, i. e. agriculture, Iu.Fem., an animal for sacrifice: intonsa, V.: mactant bidentīs Cereri, V.: caede bidentium, H.A sheep, Ph.

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