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nōbilitās ātis, f

nobilis, celebrity, fame, renown : nobilitatem despicere: repentini, L.: eum nobilitate praecurrere, N.High birth, noble origin, nobility : sua: nobilitate sui municipi facile primus.— The nobility, nobles, aristocracy : nobilitatis fautor: omnis noster nobilitas interiit, Cs.: nobilitas rem p. deseruerat, L.: superbia commune, nobilitatis malum, S.Nobleness, excellence, superiority : florere nobilitate discipulorum: eloquio tantum nobilitatis inest, O.: nobilitas sola est virtus, Iu.: nobilitate ingenitā, Ta.

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