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Etymology of the Latin word limacine

the New Latin word limacine
derived from the Classical Latin word limax (slug; snail)
derived from the Latin word limus (apron crossed with purple, worn by attendants at sacrifice, by magistrates; mud, mire; slime; oblique, transverse; sidelong)

Derivations in other languages

English limacine


Word found in New Latin

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