alluvius


alluvius

alluvius (adluvius), a, um (alluo), angespült, ager (= alluvio no. II), Gromat. vet. p. 369, 14 ed. Lachm. (p. 293 ed. Goes.). subst., alluvium, ī, n. = alluvio, Sidon. ep. 2, 2; vgl. Isid. de diff. 1, 40 Gloss. vet. in Class. auct. ed. Mai vol. 6. p. 503.


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