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Lewis : scandalum

scandalum, scandălum, i, n., = σκάνδαλον, that which causes one to stumble, a stumblingblock (eccl. Lat.). * Lit., Prud. Apoth. 47 praef.

Trop., an inducement to sin, a temptation, cause of offence, Tert. Virg. Vel. 3; id. adv. Jud. 14; id. adv. Marc. 3, 1; Vulg. Psa. 118, 165; id. 1 Johan. 2, 10.