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cŭcullus, i, m. (cŭculla, ae, f., in eccl. Lat., Paul. Nol. 21, 389; Hier. Vit. Hil. 46; Ennod. Ep. 9, 14) [root kal-, of cella, clam, καλύπτω; cf. culleus], a covering.
- I. Of the head, a cap, hood, fastened to a garment, Col. 1, 8, 9; Mart. 11, 98, 10; Juv. 3, 170; as a disguise, id. 8, 145 al.
- II. Of the feet, Capitol. Pert. 8 dub.
- III. Of merchandise, a conical wrapper or case, Mart. 3, 2, 5.