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Sămărīa , ae, f., = Σαμάρεια (orig. Heb. ),
I.the middle district of Palestine, Plin. 5, 13, 14, § 68.—Hence,
A. -mărītae , ārum, m., the inhabitants of Samaria, the Samaritans, Tac. A. 12, 54; Vulg. 4 Reg. 17, 29.—In sing.: Sămărī-tes , ae, m., a Samaritan, Hadr. ap. Vop. Sat. 8.—
B. Sămărītis , ĭdis, f., a Samaritan woman, Juvenc. 2, 246; 252; Alcim. 3, 405.—
C. Sămărītānus , a, um, adj., Samaritan: “via,Sedul. 4, 222.—In plur., the Samaritans, Vulg. 2 Esd. 4, 2.—
D. Sămărītĭcus , a, um, adj., Samaritan: “mulier,Juvenc. 2, 256.—
E. Sămă-rēus , a, um, adj., Samaritan: “superstitio,Cassiod. Var. 3, 45.
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