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populus ī, m

PLE-, a people, nation : populus R.: incliti populi regesque victi sunt, i. e. republics and kingdoms , L.—In Rome, the whole body of citizens, people : senatus populusque Romanus (often written S. P. Q. R.): populi ac multitudinis comitia: et patres in populi fore potestate, L.: ut ea res populo plebique R. bene eveniret: ut populus vacantia teneret, i. e. the public treasury , Ta.The citizens (opp. milites): urbanus, N.A region, district : frequens cultoribus alius populus, L.A multitude, host, crowd, throng, great number : fratrum, O.: concursus in forum populi, L.: haec (ianuae frons) populum spectat, i. e. the street , O.

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