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pecūnia ae, f

pecu, property, riches, wealth : pecuniam facere, accumulate : ut pecuniā fortunis<*> que nostris contentus sit: ea (i. e. pecora) pecunia illis est, L.Money : Pecuniam neglegere, T.: publica: certa, a specified sum : pecuniam cogere a civitatibus: credita nobis: pecunias conferre ad statuas: gravi faenore occupare: conlocatam habere: dare mutuam: exige pecuniam a civitatibus: funesta, Iu.: pecuniarum repetundarum reus, of embezzlement , S.: mutuas pecunias faenore quaerens, L.: Et genus et formam regina pecunia donat, i. e. supplies all defects , H.

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