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noster stra, strum, pron possess.

nos, our, our own, ours, of us : nostri mores: provincia, i. e. of Rome , Cs.: exemplo maiorum nostrorum, L.: Nostrāpte culpā facimus, T.: qui de nostro omnium interitu cogitant: quoi credas Nostram omnium vitam? T.: amor noster (i. e. nostrum): conubia, with me , V.Plur n . as subst: Debemur morti nos nostraque, we and all we have , H.Of us, one of ours, one of us, our friend, ours : Ciceronem nostrum quid tibi commendem?: impedimentis castrisque nostri potiti sunt, i. e. our men , Cs.: ut ait poëta ille noster: hic noster, quem principem ponimus, i. e. he of whom we are speaking : divi, quorum est potestas nostrorum hostiumque, L.: subiectior in diem et horam Invidiae noster, this friend , i. e. myself , H.—In address, dear, good, my friend : o Syre noster, salve, quid fit? T.Convenient, favorable : nostra loca, L.

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