(-os), ī m.
Ассарак, царь Трои, сын Троя, дед Анхиза
Assaraci nurus O — Venus
frater Assaraci O — Ganymedes
Assaraci tellus H — Troja
gens Assaraci V — римляне

Латинско-русский словарь. 2003.

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