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barbarus adj.

with (poet.) comp., βάρβαρος, of strange speech, speaking jargon, unintelligible: lingua, S.: sum, quia non intellegor ulli, O. — Foreign, strange, barbarous, uncivilized, not Greek nor Roman: mixta Graiis turba, O.: reges, H.: gentes, the Germans.—As subst: multa milia barbarorum, L.: apud barbaros in honore: barbarorum soli Germani, etc., Ta.: quae tibi virginum barbara serviet? H.—Of things: carmen, Phrygian (opp. Dorium), H.: Prora, O.: tegmina crurum, V.—Like a foreigner, rude, uncultivated, ignorant, uncivilized: homines: superstitio.—Savage, cruel, barbarous, fierce: in edictis: pirata: consuetudo: mos, H.: sacra suo barbariora loco, O. —As subst: exsultat barbarus, the barbarian, O.

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