vīcānus (post-class. collat. form vī-cānĕus, Cod. Just. 11, 56), a, um, adj. [vicus], of or dwelling in a village.
- I. Adj.: Tmolites ille vicanus, villager, Cic. Fl. 3, 8: haruspices, who go about from village to village, Enn. ap. Cic. Div. 1, 58, 132.
- II. Subst.: vīcāni, ōrum, m., villagers, peasants, rustics, Liv. 38, 30, 8; Cod. Just. 11, 56.