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licentia ae, f

licens, freedom, liberty, license, leave : nobis nostra Academia magnam licentiam dat, ut, etc.: tantum licentiae dabat gloria: sumpta pudenter, H.Boldness, presumption, license : (militum) licentiam reprehendere, Cs.: a Democrito omnino haec licentia: iuvenilis quaedam dicendi.— Unrestrained liberty, license, dissoluteness, licentiousness, wantonness : deteriores sumus licentiā, T.: omnium rerum: malle licentiam suam quam aliorum libertatem, L.: militum, N.: magna gladiorum est licentia, i. e. murder is prevalent : inmensa ponti, O.—Person., the goddess of License : templum Licentiae: lasciva, H.

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