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sollemnis (-ennis, -empnis, not sōle-), e, adj.

sollus (3 SAL-)+annus, annual, stated, established, appointed : sacrificium: dies: Idūs Maiae sollemnes ineundis magistratibus erant, L.: Sollemnīs dapes Libare, V.Religiously fixed, sacred, consecrated, religious, festive, solemn : religiones: ludi: comitiorum precatio: officium: sollemnia vota Reddere, V.: Sollemnīs mactare ad aras, V.: dies Iure sollemnis mihi, H.: ignis, O.: festum sollemne parare, O.Regular, wonted, common, usual, customary, habitual, ordinary : militum lascivia, L.: imperium, V.: Romanis viris opus (venatio), H.: sollemnis mihi debetur gloria, Ph.

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