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frĕquens , entis, adj. root φρακ-, φράσσω, to enclose, make close; Lat. farcio, fartilis, etc.; cf. Germ. Berg, Burg,
I.that takes place repeatedly, often, or frequently, often, frequent (class.; syn.: celeber, creber).
I. Lit.
B. Of places filled with a multitude, filled, full, crowded, populous, much frequented, well stocked (syn.: plenus, abundans).— Constr. absol., with abl., and in Tac. also with gen.
(γ). With gen.: “quod talis silvae frequens fecundusque erat (mons),Tac. A. 4, 65.—Hence, adv.: frĕ-quenter .
2. (Acc. to II.) Numerously, in great numbers, by many (very rare): “huic frequenter interceditur,Cic. Att. 1, 19, 5: “Romam inde frequenter migratum est,Liv. 1, 11, 4.
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