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caterva ae, f

a crowd, troop, throng, band, mob (of men): iuvenum, V.: cum catervā suā venire: stipatorum, S.: catervae testium: magnas Graecorum implere catervas, i. e. add to the number of Grecian poets, H.—Poet.: avium, flocks, V. — A body of soldiers, troop, company, band: conducticiae catervae, N.: fulgentes aere, V.: Lyciae, H.: florentīs aere catervas, infantry (opp. equites), V.: equitum turmae peditumque catervae, H.—A company of actors, troop: tota: catervae atque concentus, i. e. the dramatic chorus.

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