Definition of deverticulum, diverticulum, devorticulum
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LEM
dēverticulum, dēverticulī
(dīverticulum, dīverticulī)
(dēvorticulum, dēvorticulī)
noun (n., 2nd declension)
  1. a by-road, by-path, side-way
  2. an inn, lodging-house, tavern
  3. [figuratively] a deviation, digression
  4. a refuge, retreat, lurking-place
Abbreviations
dēverticulum (dīvert-, dēvort-) ī, n deverto, a by-road, by-path, side-way: quae deverticula quaesivisti?: Ubi ad ipsum veni devorticulum, T.

—An inn, lodging-house, tavern: omnia loca deverticuli protraherentur, L.: urbis deverticula pererrare, low haunts, Ta.

—Fig., a deviation, digression: deverticula amoena quaerere, L.: a deverticulo repetatur fabula, Iu.

—A refuge, retreat, lurking-place: fraudis et insidiarum.
 
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