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incola ae, m and f

1 in+COL-, an inhabitant, resident (opp. advena): de Africā et eius incolis, S.: ut huc novus incola venit, H.: incolae paene nostri, almost our countrymen: Idumaeae Syrophoenix portae, Iu.: Cameren incola turba vocant, the natives, O.An inhabitant: aquarum incolae: rana stagni, Ph.: me obicere incolis aquilonibus, native, H.A foreign resident, sojourner, immigrant: peregrini autem atque incolae officium: incola a Tarquiniis, L.

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