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plēbs (-bis) plēbis, or plēbēs, ēī (ei) or ī, f

PLE-, the common people, commons, commonalty, plebeians, folk : plebem facio meam, win to my support , T.: nisi quod populus plebesve sanxit: plebei scitum, a decree of the commons : plebi contra patres concitatio: tribunum plebi creare, L.: plebis libertas: iucunda res plebei: dominandi studio permota, S.: cum plebe agere.— The great mass, multitude : in Hyrcaniā (opp. optimates).— The populace, lower class, mass, vulgar : multitudo de plebe, L.: multa sine nomine, V.: Plebs eris, you shall be plebeian , H.: Immensa nimiaque, Iu.: (deorum), the lower ranks , O.: superūm, O.

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