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varia lectio

[ wah-ri-ah lek-ti-oh; English vair-ee-uh-lek-shee-oh ]
/ 藞w蓱 r瑟藢蓱 藞l蓻k t瑟藢o蕣; English 藞v蓻蓹r i 蓹 藞l蓻k 蕛i藢o蕣 /
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noun, plural va路ri路ae lec路ti路o路nes [wah-ri-ahy lek-ti-oh-nes; English vair-ee-ee lek-shee-oh-neez]. /藞w蓱 r瑟藢a瑟 藢l蓻k t瑟藞o蕣 n蓻s; English 藞v蓻蓹r i藢i 藢l蓻k 蕛i藞o蕣 niz/. Latin.
a variant reading.
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