aequimanus


aequimanus

aequimanus, a, um (aequus u. manus), gleichhändig = mit beiden Händen gleich gewandt (gr. ἀμφιδέξιος), Isid. 10, 21. – übtr., gleich geschickt, περιδέξιος, Symm. ep. 9, 105 (110): quis mirmilloni contenditur? aequimanus, ein im Kampfe Ebenbürtiger, Auson.Technop. (XXVII), 11, 3. p. 137, 18 Schenkl.


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