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foedus eris, n

1 FID-, a league, treaty, compact, alliance : foedus facere: pacto iam foedere provinciarum: navem imperare ex foedere: Ambiorigem sibi foedere adiungunt, Cs.: societatem foedere confirmare: foedera, quibus inter se paciscerentur amicitias civitates, L.: Romanum, with the Romans , L.: rupta foedera, L.: turbare, V.: contra foedus facere: aequum, L.: iniquum, L.A compact, covenant, agreement, stipulation, bargain : foedus fecerunt cum tribuno, ut, etc.: amorum turpissimorum foedera ferire: amicitiae, O.: foedere pacto Exercentur, by a fixed agreement , V.: thalami, i. e. marriage contract , O.: coniugiale, O.: non aequo foedere amare, i. e. without return , V.A law (poet.): aeterna foedera certis Inposuit natura locis, V.: foedere certo Et premere et laxas dare habenas, V.: potentis Naturae, O.: Parcarum, O.

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