abrotonum

abrotonum (habrotonum), ī, n. (ἀβρότονον), Stabwurz (Artemisia Abrotonum, L.), Hor., Cels. u.a. – Nbf. abrotonus (habrotonus), ī, f. (ἀβρότονος), Lucan. 9, 921: Plur., abrotoni graves, Lucr. 4, 123.


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