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oppidum ī, n

ob+PED-, a town, city, collection of dwellings: toto me oppido quaerere, T.: arx oppidi, S.: oppida publico Sumptu decorare, H.: in oppidum intromitti, i. e. Rome, L.: is (campus) est ab oppido circiter, etc., i. e. Athens, N.: oppidum vocant, cum silvas munierunt, etc., Cs.A provincial town: pervetus in Siciliā: Romana per oppida, V.: Antiochiae.—The inhabitants of a town: Oppida tota canem venerantur, Iu.

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