The asterisk is used to indicate illegible letters, and the solidus (/) erasures.
The form scanomodu on the solidus need not be taken into account.
Solidipes is from solidus, solid; pes, foot; and is so called because the stem of the plant is solid.
These curves are also called the "liquidus" and the "solidus" curve respectively.
Name from solidus and ago, to join, or make whole, in allusion to reputed vulnerary qualities.
The price of one solidus for thirty modii is48 almost exorbitant; grain cost exactly one half this at the time of Theodoric.
He shall not have a solidus of my property if he does not give up the woman who is a thorn in the Queen's flesh.
In this article the solidus or slant stroke is used for the usual fractional sign of division.
There were 12 denarii to the solidus and 20 soldi to the pound of silver.
The solidus occurs (theoretically or in accompt) in both gold and silver.
late 14c., plural solidi, used of both English shilling and Roman gold coin, from Late Latin solidus, an imperial Roman coin (worth about 25 denarii), from nummus solidus, literally "solid coin" (see solid (adj.)).