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mūnus eris, n

2 MV-, a service, office, post, employment, function, duty : administrare, T.: rei p., public office : munera belli partiri, L.: de iure respondendi sustinere: vigiliarum obire, to perform , L.: offici, performance : principum est resistere levitati multitudinis: militiae, Cs.: sine munere vestro, help , O.A duty, burden, tribute : munus imponebatur grave civitati: munere vacare, L.A work : maiorum vigiliarum: solitudinis, a book written in solitude.—A service, favor, kindness : infinitis cum muneribus.— The last service, burial : pro hominis dignitate amplo munere extulit, N.: cineri haec mittite nostro Munera, V.A present, gift : sine munere a me abire? T.: mittere homini munera: promissum, V.: munera Liberi, i. e. wine , H.: terrae, fruits , H.: Cereris, bread , O.: munere niveo lanae alqm fallere, inducement , V.: quem munere palpat Carus, i. e. a bribe , Iu.: Munera circo In medio, prizes , V.A public show, spectacle, entertainment, exhibition, show of gladiators (given by magistrates): magnis muneribus datis, Cs.: plebem muneribus placare: aedilicium: munera nunc edunt, Iu.

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