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Lewis : plantaris

plantaris, plantāris, e, adj. planta. Of or belonging to sets; subst.: plantārĭa, ĭum, n. plur., sets, slips, or young trees, Verg. G. 2, 27: plantaria transferuntur, Plin. 21, 10, 34, § 60: non Epicurum Suspicit exigui laetum plantaribus horti, trees, plants, Juv. 13, 123.

Transf., the hair, Pers. 4, 39.

Of or belonging to the sole of the foot (poet.); of Mercury: summa pedum propere plantaribus alligat alis, Stat. Th. 1, 304.—Subst.: plantārĭa, ium, winged shoes or sandals: aërii plantaria vellet Perseos, Val. Fl. 1, 67.