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Lewis and Short: Latin dictionary
ăbactor, ōris, m. [abigo],=abigeus and abigeator, one who drives off, a driver off (late Latin): pecorum, Firm. Astr. 6, 31; cf. Isid. Orig. 10, 14; and boum, Min. Fel. O-ct. 5; and absol., a cuttle-stealer or thief, App. M. 7, p. 199 med. Elm.; Paul. Sent. ō, 18, 1.