2. Măcĕdo, ŏnis, m.,
- I. the name of a usurer, Dig. 14, 6, 1 init.
Hence, Măcĕ-dŏnĭānus, a, um, adj., relating to the usurer Macedo: senatusconsultum, a decree forbidding usurers to recover loans from heirs after they inherited their estates, Dig. 14, 6, 1.
- II. Also the name of a phitosopher, a friend of Gellius, Gell. 13, 8, 4.