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disciplīna ae, f

discipulus, instruction, tuition, teaching, training, education : puerilis: adulescentīs in disciplinam ei tradere: te in disciplinam meam tradere: in disciplinam (Druidum) convenire, Cs.: res, quarum est disciplina, the objects of instruction : quae (incommoda) pro disciplinā et praeceptis habere possent, Cs.Learning, knowledge, science, discipline, culture : homo (summā) disciplinā: a pueris nullo officio aut disciplinā adsuefacti, Cs.: Italia plena Graecarum disciplinarum: his disciplinis institutus: militiae, tactics : bellica: militaris, military discipline , L.: occidere non disciplinā, sed impetu, Ta.: navalis: rei p., statesmanship : vetus regum, severity : familiae gravis: maiorum, S.: certa vivendi, orderly way : populorum, the art of governing : philosophiae, a system : tres trium disciplinarum principes.— A custom, habit : Nam disciplinast eis, demunerarier, etc., T.: imitari avi mores disciplinamque: familiae. — A school : itinera disciplinarum: philosophorum disciplinae, sects , T.

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