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1. Andes, ium, or Andecāvi or Andicāvi, ōrum, m., a Gallic tribe in the region of the present Anjou, with a town of the same name, now Angors; form Andes, Caes. B. G. 2, 35.
Form Andecāvi, Tac. A. 3, 41.
Form Andi-cāvi, Plin. 4, 18, 32, § 107 Jan; cf. Mann. Gall. 163.

2. Andes, is, m., a village near Mantua, the birthplace of Vergil, now Pietola; hence, Andīnus, a, um, of or from Andes: Andinus, i. e. Vergil, Sil. 8, 595.