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  • 25, 39: populus Romanus, id. Phil. 6, 5, 12: exspectabat populus, Enn. ap. Cic. Div. 1, 48, 107 (Ann. v. 90 Vahl.): tene magis salvum populus velit an
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  • Populus alba = ἄλιζα * Look up in: Google | Wiktionary | Wikcionario (Translation based on the reversal of DGE)
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  • Populus nigra = ἀπελλόν * Look up in: Google | Wiktionary | Wikcionario (Translation based on the reversal of DGE)
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  • Soldatenvolk im Ggstz. zu den Offizieren). – II) als Bewohner einer Stadt etc.: populus (das Gesamtvolk, die sämtlichen Einwohner einer Stadt, einer Hauptstadt
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  • EN | Wikipedia LA | Google Translator | LSJ pŏpŭlō,¹³ āvī, ātum, āre (populus), tr., 1 dépeupler : Pacuv. 79 ; Achivos Prop. 3, 18, 29, décimer les Grecs
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  • Pappelbaum: Pappel, Pappelbaum, populus. – die weiße P., populus alba: die schwarze P., populus nigra. – von der P., pappeln, populeus. * Look up in:
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  • Gemeinvolke oder der plebs steht, iub. dagegen vom Gesamtvolke oder dem populus, z. B. populus bellum fieri iussit). – bei sich b., apud animum statuere: ich habe
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  • 5 ; [anc. formules fréquentes] populus Romanus Quiritium dans Varro L. 6, 86 ; Liv. 8, 9, 7, etc. ; [appos.] populus Romanus Quirites Gell. 1, 12, 14 ;
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  • Gemeinde, commune. res publica (das Gemeinwesen, der Staat). – populus (die Gesamtheit der Geschlechter eines Volkes, z.B. saltus populi, pecunia populi)
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  • commonalty, the plebeians (opp. the patricians, senators, and knights; whereas populus signifies the collective people, including, therefore, the Senate), Cic
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  • z.B. Stoicus: u. ironia). – ipse (selbst, in eigener Person. z.B. ipse populus Romanus). – w. Nutzen, solida utilitas: der w. Weise, vere sapiens: kein
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  • Christianae legis studiosus. – Christenheit, Christiani (die Christen). – populus Christianus. nomen Christianum (alle Christen, Eccl.). – Christianorum ecclesia
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  • ruebat, fiel weiter ein, als man hineinhieb, Liv.: late dominari, Augustin.: populus late rex, Verg.: ebenso late tyrannus, Hor.: Germaniae latissime victor
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  • republic, Cic. Planc. 37, 90; id. Phil. 6, 2, 4; very rarely in reverse order: populus et senatus Romanus, Sall. J. 41, 2: populi Romani senatusque verbis, Liv
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  • active, agile, rapid, swift, fleet: dum mobilis aetas, Verg. G. 3, 165: populus mobilior ad cupiditatem agri, Liv. 6, 6: volat ambiguis mobilis alis hora
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  • Sil. 13, 793.—    C Rōmŭlāris, e, adj., of Romulus: ficus; v. Ruminalis: populus, Sid. Ep. 9, 13 in carm. 2 fin.—    D Rōmŭlĭdae, ārum, m., the posterity
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  • patricians and plebeians, also plebeian (syn.: familia, stirps, genus; natio, populus). I Lit.: Sulla gentis patriciae (sc. Corneliae) nobilis fuit, familia prope
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  • quas transferri ignominia esset, desidiae probro, Plin. 18, 3, 3, § 13: populus in tribus convocatus, Cic. Leg. 3, 19, 44: ea multitudo tribus circuit,
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  • Küstenstrich, maritima, ōrum,n. pl. (sc.loca). – ora maritima. – Küstenvolk, populus maritimus. * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin
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  • ager, Cic.: populus, Plin. – subst., Latiniēnsēs, ium, m., die Latiner, Cic. – d) Latiālis, e, zu Latium gehörig, latialisch, latinisch, populus, Ov.: sermo
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