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fundus ī, m

FVD-, the bottom, lowest part : armari fundum exsecuit: maris, Cu.: Nereus ciet aequora fundo, V.: largitio fundum non habet, there is no end of giving.—A piece of land, farm, estate : mancipio fundum accepi: in fundo Fodere, T.: latis otia fundis, V.: cultus, H.: nostri fundi calamitas, T.: pulcherrimus populi R.— Fig., a bottom, foundation : Phrygiae res vertere fundo (i. e. funditus), V.—In public law, an authority, approver : nisi is populus fundus factus esset.

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