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cohors rtis (acc. cortem, C.), f

com- + HER-, a court, enclosure, yard, pen, cattle-yard, O.: habes cortem in Palatio, i. e. your house.—A crowd, multitude, company, throng, train: gigantum, H.: fratrum stipata, V.: impura, villanous mob: febrium, H. — In the army, a company, division, cohort (the tenth part of a legion, or six centuriae, about 360 men), Cs.: cum cohortibus expeditis ire, S.A train, retinue, body of attendants, staff, suite: praetoria, the body-guard of the governor: praetoris: Metelli: tota tua illa: laudat Brutum laudatque cohortem, H.: cf. scortorum praetoria.—Auxiliary troops, allies, S.

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