Falernus, adj., Falernian; ager Falernus, a famous wine-growing district in Campania.
He himself had been troubled with the dumb "ager" since last conference.
He obtained for the soldiers large assignments of the ager Publicus.
Hain't had the rheumatiz, nor shakin' ager, nor any of that buzzing in your head?
"You ain't got no ager," said Uncle Jim, with the assurance of intimate cognizance of his partner's physical condition.
Yes, there's considerable of ager and phthisic and bilious fever.
One lady had "just broke the ager on-ter her by sax-fax tea, mix'd with Colombo."
Words of two syllables are accented on the first: as ager, pronounced a'jer.
The point of divergence is when by transposition becomes , whence are ager and agrestis.
At first there was no attempt to regulate this new use of the ager publicus.