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Lewis : Sodoma

Sodoma, Sŏdŏma, ōrum, n., = Σόδομα (Heb. ), the city of Sodom in Palestine, Tert. Apol. 40; Vulg. Gen. 14, 2.—Called also Sŏdŏma, ae, f., Sulp. Sev. Hist. Sacr. 1, 6; Sedul. 1, 105; Vulg. Gen. 10, 19; also Sŏdŏmum, i, n., Sol. 35; and Sŏdŏmi, ōrum, m., Tert. Carm. Sodom. 127 and 163. —Hence, Sŏdŏmītae, ārum, m., = Σοδομῖται, the inhabitants of Sodom, the Sodomites, Prud. Apoth. 384.—In the sing., adject.: Sodomita libido, of Sodom, Prud. Psych. 42; so, cinis, id. στεφ . 5, 195.

Sŏdŏmītĭcus, a, um, adj., of or belonging to Sodom: peccatum, Hier. in Ezech. 5, 16, 49; Alcim. 3, 51.