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mīlle plur. mīlia or mīllia, num adj.

MIL-, a thousand, ten hundred : mille non amplius equites, S.: civium capita centum quadraginta tria milia, L.: sagittarios tria milia numero habebat, Cs.: tot milia gentes Arma ferunt Italae, V.—As subst. with gen: mille nummūm: hominum mille versabantur: militum, N.: sescenta milia mundorum: multa avium milia, V.: argenti mille dederat mutuom, T.: in millia aeris asses singulos, on every thousand , L.—In the phrase, mille passuum, a thousand paces (a Roman mile, about 1618 English yards): abest a Larino XVIII milia passuum. —As subst n., a mile (sc. passuum): quot milia fundus abesset ab urbe: aberat mons ferme milia viginti, S.A thousand, innumerable, infinite : mille pro uno Kaesones extitisse, L.: Mille trahens colores, V.: mille pericula saevae Urbis, Iu.

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