admissus


admissus

admissus, ūs, m. (admitto), das Zu-, Hereinlassen, admissu solis, Pallad. 4, 19, 4; 6, 2, 2. – eo anno, quo (admissarii) admissum faciunt, bespringen, belegen, Veget. mul. 6, 7, 3.


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