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vēnum or vaenum n

that which is sold, that which is for sale, sale.—Usu. acc., in phrases with do or eo, vēnum dō, dedī, datus, āre (later as one word, vēnumdō, vēnundō, vaen-), to sell as a slave, sell: multitudo alia civium Campanorum venum data, L.: Numidae puberes interfecti, alii omnes vaenumdati, S.: per commercia venumdati, Ta.: se venum a principibus datos Poeno, L.: venum eo, to be sold, be exposed for sale: ut eius familia ad aedem Cereris venum iret, L.—Dat predic.: stuprum vaeno dedisse, Ta.: posita vaeno inritamenta luxui, Ta.

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