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domesticus adj.

domus, of the house : parietes: vestitus, to wear in the house : tempus, spent at home : domesticus otior, i. e. at home , H.Of the family, domestic, familiar, household : homo: lectus: cum Metellis usus: clades, L.: iudicium, of their own families , Cs.: foedus, family alliance , L.Plur m . as subst, the members of a family, inmates of a household : Antoni: inter domesticos infida omnia, L.Domestic, native, private, internal : opes, Cs.: forenses domesticaeque res: bellum, civil , Cs.: malum: facta celebrare, of their own country , H.Plur. as subst: alienigenas domesticis anteferre. — Proper, personal, one's own : ipsorum incommodum: periculum: Furiae, in himself .

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