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prīvātus adj.

P. of privo, apart from the State, peculiar, personal, individual, private : nihil privati agri, Cs.: census, H.: res quae ipsius erant privatae, private property .—Of persons, not in official life, private, out of office : privatus et captus, Cs.: privato viro imperium extra ordinem dare, to a private citizen : Bibulus ex iis, qui privati sunt. —As subst m., a man in private life, citizen (opp. magistratus): Scipio Gracchum privatus interfecit: neque sibi privatos posse obstare, L.: Consilium dedim<*>s Sullae, privatus ut altum Dormiret, Iu.: privati hominis nomen supra principis attolli, Ta.—Of things, retired, private, apart from the public : aedificia, isolated , Cs.: vita, withdrawn from State affairs .—As subst n., privacy, retirement, private property : in privato animadvertere in eas, administer discipline in private , L.: quas (tabernas) vendidit in privatum, for private use , L.: (deiectus) sive de privato sive de publico, private or public land : tributum ex privato conferre, from private property , L.

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