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peregrīnus adj.

peregre, from foreign parts, strange, foreign, exotic, alien : mulier, H.: caelum, O.: reges: amores, for foreign women , O.: fasti, of foreign nations , O.: divitiae, H.: mores, Iu.: terror, of a foreign enemy , L.—As subst m., a foreigner, stranger : quicum res tibist, peregrinus est, T.: neque civem neque peregrinum.—As subst. a foreign woman : Pro uxore habere peregrinam, T.Relating to foreign residents : sors, designating a praetor with jurisdiction over foreign residents , L.: provincia, jurisdiction over foreign residents , L.—Fig., strange, unversed : in agendo.

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