Definition of textrinis
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Orthography ID = 2059370
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LNS
textrīnis, textrīnis
contr. from textorinus, from textor, textorinus
Mostly Plural
noun (., 3rd pure I-stem declension)
  1. Of or belonging to weaving, textrine
Abbreviations
textrīnus, a. um, adj. contr. from textorinus, from textor. Of or belonging to weaving, textrine. Adj.: ars, the art of weaving, Firm. Error. Prof. Relig. 17: opus, Vulg. Tob. 2, 19.

— More freq., Substt. textrīnum, i, n. (sc. opus), weaving, Cic. Verr. 2, 4, 26, § 58; 2, 4, 46, § 103; Sen. Ep. 90, 20; Suet. Gram. 23.

— Collect.: juxta vehiculi frontem omne textrinum incedit ( = omnes textores), Amm. 14, 6, 17.

— textrīna, ae, f. (sc. officina), a weaver's shop, Vitr. 6, 7 fin.; cf. App. Flor 2, p. 346, 35.

—* Of or belonging to construction; subst.: textrīnum, i, n., a ship-yard, dock-yard. idem campus habet textrinum navibus longis, Enn. ap. Serv. Verg. A. 11, 326 (Ann. v 468 Vahl.).
 
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