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circiter adv. and praep.

I.I. Adv. of duration or distance, with numerals, about, not far from: diebus circiter quindecim pervenit, Cs.: horā circiter diei quartā, Cs.: circiter CCXX naves, Cs.: circiter pars quarta, S.: circiter duum milium intervallo, S.: circiter parte tertia (armorum) celatā, Cs.: milia passum ex eo loco circiter quinque, Cs.: decem circiter milia ab hoste abesse, L.
II.II. Praep. with acc., of time, about, near: circiter meridiem, Cs.: circiter Idūs Septembrīs: circiter Kalendas Iunias, S.: octavam circiter horam, H.

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