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Meaning of Aius Locutius

A•i•us Lo•cu•tius

Pronunciation: (ā'ē-us lō-ky'shus), [key]
— Rom. Legend. Rom. Legend.
  1. a disembodied voice that warned the Romans of a coming invasion by the Gauls.
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