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propinquus adj. with comp.

prope, near, nigh, neighboring : rus, T.: loca, S.: urbs: nimium Sol, H.: urbi montes, N.: itinera loca, L.: exsilium paulo propinquius, O.—As subst n., neighborhood, vicinity : ex propinquo cognoscit Hannonem <*>rofectum, from being in the neighborhood , L.: in propinquo esse, L.—In time, near, at hand, not far off : reditus: stipendi spem propinquam facere, i. e. of speedy payment , L.—Fig., kindred, related, near : homo: mulier: tibi genere, S.: consanguinitate, V.—As subst m . and f a relation, relative, kinsman : societas propinquorum: propinquus et amicus: te reddere caris propinquis, H.: virgo huius propinqua, kinswoman .

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