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index dicis, m and f

in+DIC-, one who points out, a discloser, discoverer, informer, witness: falsus, S.: haec omnia indices detulerunt.— An informer, betrayer, spy: vallatus indicibus: saeptus armatis indicibus: silex, qui nunc dicitur index, traitor's stone, O.An index, sign, mark, indication, proof: complexūs, benevolentiae indices: vox stultitiae: auctoris anulus, O.: Ianum indicem pacis bellique fecit, L.A title, superscription, inscription: deceptus indicibus librorum: tabula in aedem cum indice hoc posita est, L.A forefinger, index finger: pollex, non index: indice monstrare digito, H.

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