a lacte cunisque

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From a (from) + lacte, the ablative singular of lac (milk) + cunis, the ablative plural of cunae (cradle) + -que (and). Hence literally “from milk and cradle”.

Idiom[edit]

a lacte cunisque

  1. (idiomatic) from the cradle, from infancy

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