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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Vicus,-i (s.m.II), abl.sg. vico: a quarter or district of a town, a street; a village, hamlet;

- in vico vulgo vocato Fleetstreet, on the street commonly called Fleetstreet.

- oppida numero ad duodecim, vicos ad quadrigentos, the towns in number to 12, the districts to 400.

- ad pontem supra vicum Doloho, truncos Hippophaes obducens, on the bridge above Doloho village, covering the trunks of Hippophae [Elaeagnaceae].

NOTE: urbs is for city, oppidum or municipium is for a town; pagus and vicus for a village or hamlet (i.e. small town), although pagus can also mean the larger district or province.
NOTE: urbs is for city, oppidum or municipium is for a town; pagus and vicus for a village or hamlet (i.e. small town), although pagus can also mean the larger district or province.

 

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