Lewis & Short

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ŏcŭlĭtus, adv. [oculus], as one’s own eyes, i. e. most dearly: amare, Plaut. ap. Non. 147, 27 sq.; cf.: oculitus quoque dicitur, ut funditus, penitus, quo significatur tam carum esse, quam oculum, Paul. ex Fest. p. 179 Müll.