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hostis is, m and f

1 HAS-, a stranger, foreigner ; old for peregrinus, C.: civem dinoscere hoste, H.An enemy, foe, public enemy : nos statuit ille non inimicos sed hos<*>īs, not personal but public foes : sibi inimicus atque hostis: tam dis hominibusque hostis: fas est et ab hoste doceri, O.Collect. : hostem rapinis prohibere, Cs.: alienigena, L.: Terrā marique victus, H.—Poet.: alitem in ovilia Demisit hostem, H.Fem. : nupta meretrici, T.: capta, L.: mihi debita, O.

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