ratītus, a, um (ratis), mit dem Bilde eines Floßes versehen, quadrans, Lucil. 1272 (aus Varro LL. 5, 44). Vgl. Fest. 274 (a), 16 sqq. Paul. ex Fest. 275, 3.

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