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Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

occa: ae, f. occo,
I a harrow (post-class.); occa rastrum, Gloss. Isid.: occa βωλοκόπημα, Gloss. Philox.; Veg. Vet. 1, 56.

Latin > French (Gaffiot)

(1) occa, æ, f., herse : Veg. Mul. 1, 56, 5 ; Gloss. Scal.
(2) occa, æ, f., arbrisseau à fruits rouges : Gloss.

Latin > German (Georges)

occa, ae, f. (occo), die Egge, crates, quae occa vocatur a vulgo, Veget. mul. 1, 56, 5. Vgl. Gloss. Scal. V, 606, 30 ›occa rastrum‹.