Definition of laciniose
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Orthography ID = 2031510
1.
LNS
laciniōsē
laciniosus
adverb
  1. like lappets, with lappets
Abbreviations
laciniōsus, a, um, adj. lacinia, full of folds, full of lappets, full of corners, projections, or indentations, indented, jagged (post-Aug.). Lit.: metatus est Eam (urbem) ... ad effigiem Macedonicae chlamydis orbe gyrato laciniosam, Plin. 5, 10, 11, § 62: corporis laciniosae pomparum et deliciarum ineptiae, Tert. Cult. Fem. 9: ostrea spondylo brevi, nec fibris lacinioso, Plin. 32, 6, 21, § 60: folia, id. 25, 10, 76, § 124.

— Trop., qs., impeded, entangled with lappets or fringes; overloaded, redundant: animi imbecillitas, App. Mag. p. 287, 31: vita et implicita, Tert. adv. Marc. 4, 29: sermo, id. Verg. Vel. 4.

—Sup.: haec Porphyrius sermone laciniosissimo prosecutus est (al. latissimo), Hier. in Dan. 11, 22.

* Adv.: laciniōsē, like lappets, with lappets, Plin. 16, 43, 83, § 226 (al. lacunosa est).
 
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