admixtus


admixtus

admīxtus, Abl. ū, m. (admisceo), die Beimischung, luteo admixtu, Iul. bei Augustin. op. imperf. c. Iul. 6, 14: nullo admixtu voluptatis, Macr. sat. 2, 1, 6: sine aliquo propriae voluntatis admixtu, Iul. bei Augustin, op. imperf. c. Iul. 3, 197.


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