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propriē adv.

proprius, personally, severally, as one's own, properly, in person : parte (campi) frui: quod tu amandus es, id est proprie tuum: cuius causam neque senatus publice neque ullus ordo proprie susceperat: quia ipsi proprie adversa pugna evenerat, cum collegā secunda, i. e. when alone , L.: Difficile est proprie communia dicere, to individualize general themes , H.Properly, accurately, appropriately : magis proprie nihil possum dicere: quod proprie vereque dicitur.— Peculiarly, especially : rei militaris periti, L.

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