Definition of Lucumo

1. Noun. An Etruscan ruler ¹



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Definition of Lucumo

1. an Etruscan prince [n LUCUMOS or LUCOMOS or LUCOMONES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lucumo

lucubrating
lucubration
lucubrations
lucubrator
lucubrators
lucubratory
lucule
luculent
luculently
lucules
lucullan
lucullite
lucullites
lucuma
lucumas
lucumo (current term)
lucumos
lud
luddenite
lude
luderick
ludericks
ludes
ludibrious
ludibund
ludic
ludicrosities
ludicrosity
ludicrous
ludicrously

Literary usage of Lucumo

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1. The History of Rome by Wilhelm Ihne (1871)
"AT the time when Ancus Marcius was king, there lived in the town of Tarquinii, in the land of the Etruscans, a rich and intelligent man called lucumo, ..."

2. The history of Rome by Joseph Anton F. Wilhelm Ihne (1871)
"Now, because lucumo was the son of a stranger, the people of Tarquinii despised him, ... Thus lucumo went to Rome. And when he had come to the hill of ..."

3. An Epitome of Niebuhr's History of Rome: With Chronological Tables and an by Barthold Georg Niebuhr (1836)
"(Appendix K.) lucumo as a name for an Etruscan would have been just like that of Patricius for a Roman ; the application of it in the legends of the Romans ..."

4. Roman History: Translated Into English, and Illustrated with Notes, Critical by Livy, William Gordon (1813)
"lucumo, on the other hand, having now become sole heir of his father's fortune, and his spirts rising with his circumstances, became still more elevated ..."

5. The History of Rome by Livy (1853)
"In the reign of Ancus, lucumo, a rich and enterprising man, came to settle at Rome, ... lucumo survived his father, and became heir to all his property. ..."

6. A History of Rome: From the Earliest Times to the Death of Commodus, A.D. 192 by Leonhard Schmitz (1847)
"lucumo survived his father, and inherited all his large property. ... lucumo married Tanaquil, who was skilled in th« Etruscan art of revealing the future ..."

7. The History of Rome by Livy (1853)
"In the reign of Ancus, lucumo, a rich and enterprising man, came to settle at Rome, ... lucumo survived his father, and became heir to all his property. ..."

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