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pedes itis, m

pes, a foot-traveller, walker : si pedes incedat, on foot , L.: cum pedes iret in hostem, V.: pedes per nives ingredi coepit, Cu.A foot-soldier : ne quem peditem ad conloquium adduceret, Cs.: tria milia et septingenti pedites ierunt, infantry , L.Sing collect., foot-soldiers, infantry : occiso pedite nostro, S.: cum pedes concurrit, L.: in pedite robur, Ta.: equitum peditumque prolem describunto, of horse and foot , i. e. the whole people : omnes cives Romani equites peditesque, L., H.

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