Definition of baritus, barritus, barditus
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LNS
barītus, barītūs
(barrītus, barrītūs)
(bardītus, bardītūs)
cf. bassio and O. Germ. bar, baren, to raise the voice
noun (m., 4th declension)
  1. the war-cry of the Germans
  2. battle-cry
Abbreviations
barītus (barrītus or bardītus), ūs, m. cf. bassio and O. Germ. bar, baren, to raise the voice, the war-cry of the Germans; and in gen., battle-cry: clamor, quem baritum vocant, Veg. Mil. 3, 18: cornuti et bracati baritum civere vel maximum, Amm. 16, 12, 43; 21, 13, 15; 26, 7, 14; 31, 7, 11.

—Of the battle-song: carmina, quorum relatu, quem barditum vocant, accendunt animos, Tac. G 3 Halm; v. Comm. in h. l.
 
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