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populāris e, adj. with comp.

1 populus, of the people, proceeding from the people, popular, general, common : leges, instituted by the people : munus, to the people : verba: dictio ad popularem sensum accommodata: oratio: laudes, by the people : ventus, popular favor : aura, H.Of the same people, of the country, native, indigenous : queri puellis de popularibus, H.: flumina, of the same district , O.: oliva, native , O.: virgo tibi, of thy nation , O.—As subst m., a fellow-countryman, compatriot, associate, fellow, comrade, accomplice : suus: quae res indicabat popularīs esse, his own army , S.: non popularīs modo concitat, L.: populares coniurationis, accomplices , S.Of the people, devoted to the people, attached to the commons, popular, democratic : genus (rei p.): animus: ingenium, L.: sacerdos, i. e. Clodius.—Acceptable to the people, agreeable to the multitude, popular : consul: quo nihil popularius est, L.Plur m . as subst, the popular party, democrats .

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