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In substantially unrevised letter-files, such as the one you have selected, the presence of apparently normal Classical Latin entries generally indicates that the words in question are ones that appear in unusual guises in Celtic-Latin literature. As files come to be revised and expanded, detailed indications of the spellings actually found are systematically substituted, with appropriate referencing to the more usual forms.

In the meantime, the exact forms of words as found in the corpus of Celtic-Latin literature, together with their locations therein, can be established by means of wild-card searches on the ACLL Archive, accessible on line at Brepolis from many libraries worldwide. Please bring ACLL to the attention of your own library staff if they are unaware of it.

Key to symbols used
--> means "see in this List"
& means "(and) also"
{} enclose non-citation forms
Abbreviations are standard.

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