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  • scŏtĭa: ae, f., = σκοτία, in architect. I A hollow moulding in the base of a column, a scotia, Vitr. 3, 5, 2.— II A gutter at the end of a cornice, Vitr
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  • (2) Scōtĭa, æ, f., pays des Scots, au nord de la Bretagne [Écosse] : Isid. Orig. 14, 6, 6. Scotia Scotiae N F :: Scotland
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  • Archit., hollow between the mouldings on the base of a column, also called scotia, Vitr.3.5.2. III sheave in block-and-tackle equipment, Pl.R.397a (v.l.)
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  • 6, al.), NT (Ev.Matt.10.27, al.), cf. Moer.p.354 P. II in Architecture, scotia, cavetto, a sunken moulding, so called from the dark shadow it casts, Vitr
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  • 58, 1; Plin. 6, 5, 5, § 17.—In archit., a projecting moulding over the scotia of a column or cornice, Vitr. 3, 3 med.; a threshold, id. 4, 6, 5.—Of the
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  • Claud. bell. Get. 417; laud. Stil. 2, 251. Pacat. pan. 5, 2. – Dav. a) Scōtia, ae. f., das Land der Skoten, Skotien, Schottland, Isid. orig. 14, 6, 6
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  • architecture, a semicircular hollow running round the base of a column, a casement, scotia, trochil, Vitr. 3, 3 med.> trŏchĭlus, ī, m. (τροχίλος), 1 roitelet [oiseau] :
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