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circulus ī (acc plur. circlos, V.), m dim.

circus, a circular figure, circle: qui κύκλος Graece dicitur: muri exterior, L.—Esp., in astronomy, a circular course, orbit: stellae circulos suos conficiunt: ubi circulus axem ambit, i. e. at the pole, O.A circle, ring, necklace, hoop, chain: Flexilis obtorti auri, V.: crinīs subnectit auro, V.A circle, company, social gathering: in circulis vellicant: in circulum, N.: circulos consectari: per circulos locuti sunt, Ta.: sermones serentium, L.

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