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necessitūdō inis, f

necesse, necessity, compulsion, inevitableness, want, need, distress : puto hanc esse necessitudinem, cui nullā vi resisti potest: non eadem nobis et illis necessitudo impendet, S.: rei p., Ta.A close connection, personal union, relationship, friendship, intimacy, bond : liberorum: ea necessitudo, etc., S.: quocum mihi omnes necessitudines sunt, ties of friendship : municipium, quorum mihi magna necessitudo est: familiaritatis necessitudinisque oblitus.—Plur, persons connected, relatives, connections, friends : inter suas necessitudines flere, Cu.—Fig., a necessary connection : numerus neque habebat aliquam necessitudinem cum oratione.

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