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celeber (masc. celebris, Her., Ta., Cu.), bris, bre, adj. with sup.

1 CEL-, frequented, much visited, thronged, crowded, populous, abounding: forum: in celeberrimo urbis loco: nemo audierat tam celebri loco: celeberrimo virorum conventu: gratulatio, i. e. of a great multitude: mergis undae, O.: celeberrima fontibus Ide, O.Honored, renowned, distinguished, celebrated, famous: dies omni caerimoniarum genere, L.: Daedalus ingenio artis, O.: quisque ingenio, Ta.: dies celeberrimi, most solemn: res totā Siciliā celeberrima: nomen ad posteros, L.: Diana, H.Numerous, frequent: verba celeberrima, often repeated, O.

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