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hospes itis (gen plur. hospitium, L.), m (rarely f, O.)

hostis+POT-, an entertainer, host (as a friend): devertisse ad hospitem: sedulus, H.: hospitis adfectu salutare, with a host's politeness , Iu.: Iuppiter (i. e. hospitalis), O.: milites tantum hospitibus metuendi, Ta.A sojourner, visitor, guest : in quam (domum) hospites multi recipiendi: libri tamquam hospites recipiendi: et hostem et hospitem vidit: meus: vespertinus, H.A friend, one bound by ties of hospitality : antiquos, T.: suos notos hospitesque quaerebant, Cs.: homo multorum hospitum: non hospes ab hospite tutus, O.A stranger, foreigner : urbis: in urbe peregrinantes tamquam hospites: sagaces fallere hospites, strangers , H.: in consuetudine civitatis hospes, unacquainted with .

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