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Rōmānus adj.

Roma, of Rome, Roman : populus R. (always in this order; usu. written P. R.): cives, C.: urbs, i. e. Rome , L.: Iuno (opp. Argiva), C.: lingua, Latin , O., Ta.: ludi, i. e. ludi magni, the most ancient in Rome, annually celebrated on the 4 th of September , C., L.: Romano more, i. e. frankly : minime arte Romanā, L.: et facere et pati fortia Romanum est, L.—As subst m., the Roman (sc. imperator), L.: Romani, the Romans , L.Sing collect., the Romans , L.—As subst f., a Roman woman , L.

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