SARACHUS

SARACHUS
Insubribus acone, piscis usque adeo timidus, ut ad tremulum umbrae motum territus se recipiat quam longissime. Quô pactô, insequente eum luciô, cyprinô, truttâ, gregatim magnô agmine fugit in retia, summa cum piscantium voluptate ac commodo: pavorem eius sapienti Numine in mortalium usum sic dirigente. Nomen ab Epirotis est, Gerh. Ioh. Voss. de Idolol. l. 4. c. 7. quem de sargo quoque pisce vide ibid. c. 2. 24. 25. et de sauro c. 26.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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