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familiāris e, adj. with comp. and sup.

familia, of a house, of a household, belonging to a family, household, domestic, private : res familiares: suam rem familiarem auxisse, his estate , Cs.: copiae, L.: funus: parricidium, i. e. committed on a member of the same family : Lar.—Plur m . as subst: quidam familiarium, of the slaves , L.Familiar, intimate, friendly : videmus Papum Luscino familiarem fuisse, etc.: amicitia, S.: voltus ille: conloquium, L.: iura, rights of intimacy , L.: familiarior nobis propter, etc.: homo amantissimus familiarissimus.—As subst m., a friend, intimate acquaintance, companion : est ex meis intimis familiaribus: familiarem suum conloquitur, Cs.: familiarissimi eius.—In augury, one's own (of those parts of the victim which related to the party offering): (haruspices) fissum familiare tractant: ostentum, L.

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