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Acca, ae, f. [cf. Sct. accā = mater, and the Gr. Ἀκκώ = mater Cereris].

  1. I. Lā-rentĭa, the wife of the shepherd Faustulus, who nursed and brought up the twins Romulus and Remus; mother of the twelve Arvales Fratres, Varr. L. L. 6, 23; Gell. 6, 7. In her honor the Romans celebrated in December a feast called Lārentālĭa, or Accālĭa (v. Larentia).
  2. II. A companion of Camilla, Verg. A. 11, 820.

Accālĭa, ĭum, n., v. the preced. word and Larentia.

ac-căno or ac-cĭno, to sing to or with any thing, acc. to Varr. L. L. 6, § 75 Müll., and Diom. p. 425 P.

* ac-canto, āre, 1, v. n., to sing at: tumulis, Stat. Silv. 4, 4, 55.

accantus, ūs, m., = accentus, Mart. Cap. 3, p. 60; Bed. de Metris, p. 2358 Putsch.