Definition of argentatus
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Orthography ID = 2004361
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LNS
argentātus, argentāta, argentātum
argentum
adjective (2-1-2)
  1. Plated or ornamented with silver
  2. Furnished with money
Abbreviations
argentātus, a, um, adj. argentum (cf. aeratus and auratus, and Prisc. p. 828 P.). Plated or ornamented with silver (cf. argentum, I. A.): sandalia, Albin. 2, 65: sella, Lampr. Elag, 4 fin.: milites, whose shields were covered or plated with silver, Liv. 9, 40.

— Furnished with money (cf. argentum, I. B. 2.): semper tu ad me cum argentatā accedito querimoniā, come always with silvered complaints, i. e. bring money with your complaints, Plaut. Ps. 1, 3, 78.
 
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