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concordia ae, f

concors, an agreeing together, union, harmony, concord: concordiā parvae res crescunt, S.: civium: equites concordiā coniunctissimi: (consiliis) copulare concordiam, L.: reconciliatio concordiae: interpres concordiae, L.: nuptiae plenae concordiae: cum Pirithoo, felix concordia, Theseus, a beautiful friendship, O.: discors concordia fetibus apta est, likeness in difference, O.: rerum discors, H.: rerum agendarum.— Person., the goddess of Concord, C., L., Iu.

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