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linter (lunter) tris, f (once m

, Tb.), πλυντήρ, a trough, vat, tub: cavat arbore lintres, V.—A boat, skiff, wherry: luntribus materiem in insulam convehere: flumen lintribus iunctis transire, Cs.: Naviget hinc aliā iam mihi linter aquā, i. e. let me turn to somebody else, O.: in liquidā nat tibi linter aquā, i. e. you have a favorable opportunity, Tb.

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