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stīpendium ī, n

stips+PAND-, a paying of tax, tax, impost, tribute, contribution (usu. in money): pendere, Cs.: conferre, L.: stipendio liberatus, Cs.: stipendi spem facere, L.Tribute, dues : Quae finis aut quod me manet stipendium? penalty , H.An income, stipend, salary, pay : iis stipendium de publico statuit, L.—Of soldiers: militare, L.: cum stipendium ab legionibus flagitaretur, Cs.: numerare militibus: exercitum stipendio adficere: trium mensium, Cu.Military service, campaigning : meruisse stipendia in eo bello, to have served : stipendiis faciundis sese exercuit, S.: emereri, to serve out one's time , L.: emeritis stipendiis, i. e. at the end of their service , S.; cf. animum tamquam emeritis stipendiis libidinis secum vivere, i. e. released from the service of , etc.: homo nullius stipendi, S.: qui eorum minime multa stipendia haberet, i. e. campaigns , L.: septem et viginti enumeratis stipendiis, i. e. years of service , L.

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