Lewis & Short

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pĕdis, is, comm. [pes], a louse: est pedis unus ingens in naso, Nov. ap. Non. 220, 26: e capite et e collo eorum crebro eligendi pedes, Varr. R. R. 3, 9: ubi quamque pedem videbat, Plaut. Vidular. Fragm. ib. 220, 28: pedes pulicesque, id. Curc. 4, 2, 14 (cited ap. Fest. s. v. pedibus, p. 210 Müll.); Lucil. ap. Fest. l. l.: pulicesne an cimices an pedes, Liv. Andron. ib.