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frāter tris, m

cf. Engl. brother, a brother : maior, elder , T.: fratres gemini, twin brothers : gemelli, O.: germanus, full brother : coniurati fratres, V.: cum fratre Lycisce (of a dog), O.: volo, mi frater, fraterculo tuo credas (of a friend): Eheu pudet fratrum, i. e. fellow-citizens , H.: perfusi sanguine fratrum (in civil war), V.Plur, brethren (i. e. allies): a senatu appellati, Cs.— With patruelis, a cousin, first cousin, father's brother's son : hic illius frater patruelis: Luci fratris nostri mors (sc. patruelis).—Fig., of things: positos ex ordine fratres (i. e. libros), O.

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