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dominus ī, m

2 DOM-, a master, possessor, ruler, lord, proprietor, owner : aedium, T.: servos, Quoi dominus curaest, T.: nec imperante domino: fugitivi ab dominis: Contemptae rei, H.: bonus adsiduusque, householder.—A master, lord, ruler, commander, chief, proprietor, owner, despot, tyrant : condicio omnium gentium domini: summi domini numen: populi, quem Graeci tyrannum vocant: dominum Aenean in regna recepit, V. — Fig.: gravissimi domini, terror ac metus: rei futurus, who must decide : nec prosunt domino artes, O.: Urget non lenis, i. e. passion , H.: vitae necisque, arbiter , L.The master of a feast, entertainer, host , C.: dominorum invitatio, L.The master of a public show , C.—A title of the emperor, master , Ph.

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