for * praeitor; prae+1
a leader, head, chief, president, chief magistrate, chief executive,
: se praetores appellari volebant (the chief magistrates of
: creant praetores, qui
a praetor, magistrate charged with the administration of justice
(first appointed B.C.
367, from the patricians; plebeians became
eligible after B.C.
338; after B.C.
264 two were chosen each year,
one with jurisdiction over citizens, the other over strangers): urbanus: urbis: cum
praetores designati sortirentur,
had their jurisdiction assigned by lot
: praetor primus centuriis cunctis renunciatus
appointed first.—A propraetor, ex-praetor as governor of a
: dicto audientem fuisse se praetori