Definition of cavus
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Orthography ID = 1002255
1.
LEM
cavus, cava, cavum
2 CAV-
adjective (2-1-2)
  1. hollow, excavated, concave
  2. [as subst m.] a hole
  3. [as subst n.] an opening, hole
Abbreviations
cavus adj. 2 CAV-, hollow, excavated, concave: concha, V.: bucina, O.: cavernae, V.: trunci, H.: saxa, H.: quā cava sunt (pocula), on the inside, O.: tempora, arched, O.: lumina, sunken, O.: umbra, enveloping, V.: flumina, deep - channelled, V.: imago formae, unsubstantial, V.

— As subst m., a hole. Tutus (of a mouse), H.

—Plur: arti, Ph.

—As subst n., an opening, hole: murum crebris cavis aperuit, per quae, etc., loop-holes, L.: Inventus cavis bufo, V.: nuces cavis abscondere, H.
 
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