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league

  • 1 amīcitia

        amīcitia ae, f    [amicus], friendship: Per nostram amicitiam, T.: inter aliquos: esse in amicitiā cum aliquo, N.: iungere: parere, N.: dedere se amicitiae alicuius, Cs.: intima alicuius, N.: iura amicitiae: deficere ab amicitiā alicuius, N. — A league, alliance: qui amicitiam fecerant, Cs.: populi R., S.: vetustior amicitia ac societas, L.— Friends, a circle of friends: adflicta: ex intimā eius amicitiā, Ta.: parcet amicitiis.
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    friendship, bond between friends; alliance, association; friendly relations

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  • 2 apoclētī

        apoclētī ōrum, m, ἀπόκλητοι, a commission of the Aetolian league, executive committee, L.

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  • 3 coëō

        coëō īvī or iī, itus, īre    [com- + eo], to go together, come together, meet, assemble, collect: in Piraeo, T.: matronae ad Venturiam frequentes coëunt, L.: quo populus coibat, H.: certis diebus (ad concilium), Ta.: milia crabronum, O.: populi legationibus coëunt, by their representatives, Ta.— To come together in battle, meet, encounter: inter se, V.: agmina, Cu.: cetera turba coit, joins in the attack, O.—To come together, be united, gather, unite, combine: coëundi in unum spatium, L.: manus coit omnis in unum, V.: qui unā coierunt, Cs.: ut coëat par Iungaturque pari, H.: amnes in artius coëunt, Cu.: membra, O.: coit formidine sanguis, congeals, V.: digiti coëunt, grow together, O.: volnera coiere mea, have closed, Pr.: Inter se capita (arcūs), V.: ut placidis coëant immitia, H.: memini nobis verba coisse, to have been exchanged, Pr.—Fig., to unite, join together, assimilate, combine, agree, ally oneself, conspire: cum hoc: principes tum unā coierunt, Cs.: in foedera dextrae, V.—Of a marriage contract: taedae quoque iure coissent, O.: conubio, nuptiis, Cu.: cum captivā, Cu.: Hac gener atque socer coëant mercede suorum, i. e. in the marriage, V.—With societatem, to enter into partnership, make a compact, become an ally, associate, form a league: societatem laboris: cum Caesare societatem: cum Lacedaemoniis, N.: societatem sceleris: ad eam rem societas coitur.
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    coire, coivi(ii), coitus V
    fit together; have sexual intercourse; collect/gather (fluid); meet; rally; enter agreement; unite/assemble/conspire; come/go together; mend/knit (wound)

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  • 4 concilium

        concilium ī, n    [com- + 1 CAL-], a meeting, rendezvous: Camenarum cum Egeriā, L.—A collection of people, meeting, assembly: pastorum: divinum animorum: amoena piorum, V.: ferarum, O.—An assembly for consultation, council: silvestria, Cs.: concilium advocare: cogere, V.: dimittere, Cs.: indicere, L.: venit concilio de me agendi dies: sanctum Patrum, H.—Fig., a bond of union, tie: mihi tecum, O.
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    public gathering/meeting; popular assembly, council; hearing; debate/discussion; association, society, company; union/connection (of objects); league of states; sexual union/coition; close conjunction; bond of union; plant iasione blossom

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  • 5 dāmiūrgus (dēm-)

        dāmiūrgus (dēm-) ī, m, δημιουργόσ (Doric, δᾶμ-), a magistrate, one of ten councillors of the Achaean league, L.—A comedy by Turpilius.

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  • 6 foedus

        foedus adj. with comp. and sup.    [FAV-], foul, filthy, loathsome, repulsive, ugly, unseemly, detestable, abominable, horrible: foedissimum monstrum: volucris, O.: caput Impexā porrigine, H.: volnus, O.: tergum vestigiis verberum, L.: pestilentia homini, destructive, L.: foediora iis, quae subiciebantur oculis, nuntiare, L.: res visu: foedum relatu, O.—Fig., disgraceful, base, dishonorable, vile, shameful, infamous, foul: facinus, T.: ille foedior in Pompeio accusando, etc.: homo, S.: carmen, H.: fuga, S.: mors: genus interitūs: ministeria, V.: inceptu, L.
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    I
    foeda -um, foedior -or -us, foedissimus -a -um ADJ
    filthy, foul, disgusting, loathsome, beastly; disgraceful, vile, low, obscene
    II
    treaty, agreement, contract; league; alliance

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  • 7 foedus

        foedus eris, n    [1 FID-], a league, treaty, compact, alliance: foedus facere: pacto iam foedere provinciarum: navem imperare ex foedere: Ambiorigem sibi foedere adiungunt, Cs.: societatem foedere confirmare: foedera, quibus inter se paciscerentur amicitias civitates, L.: Romanum, with the Romans, L.: rupta foedera, L.: turbare, V.: contra foedus facere: aequum, L.: iniquum, L.— A compact, covenant, agreement, stipulation, bargain: foedus fecerunt cum tribuno, ut, etc.: amorum turpissimorum foedera ferire: amicitiae, O.: foedere pacto Exercentur, by a fixed agreement, V.: thalami, i. e. marriage contract, O.: coniugiale, O.: non aequo foedere amare, i. e. without return, V.— A law (poet.): aeterna foedera certis Inposuit natura locis, V.: foedere certo Et premere et laxas dare habenas, V.: potentis Naturae, O.: Parcarum, O.
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    I
    foeda -um, foedior -or -us, foedissimus -a -um ADJ
    filthy, foul, disgusting, loathsome, beastly; disgraceful, vile, low, obscene
    II
    treaty, agreement, contract; league; alliance

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  • 8 (īcō)

       (īcō) īcī, īctus, ere (in class. prose only perf. system)    [1 IC-], to strike, hit, smite, stab, sting: in proelio telo ictus: lapide ictus, Cs.: in turbā ictus cecidit, L.: icta securibus ilex, V.: vix icto aëre, hardly stirred, O.: e caelo ictus, by lightning.— Fig., of the feelings, only P. perf., struck, smitten: Desideriis icta fidelibus, tormented, H.: novā re consules icti, disturbed, L.: pestifero sidere icti pavebant, panic-stricken, L.: domestico volnere, family affliction, Ta.: icto Accessit fervor capiti, i. e. tipsy, H.—With foedus, to make a covenant, enter into a league: foedus, quod meo sanguine iceras: consul nobiscum foedus icit, L.: ictum iam foedus, V.

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  • 9 societās

        societās ātis, f    [socius], fellowship, association, union, community, society: hominum inter ipsos: generis humani: nulla cum tyrannis: consiliorum omnium: quorum (criminum) tibi societas Cum Verre eius modi est.— A copartnership, association in business: societatem cum Naevio facere: magnā fide societatem gerere: quae (pecunia) tibi ex societate debeatur.— A company of publicans, revenue farmers' association: societas: provinciarum, Cs.— A political league, alliance, confederacy: cum Ptolemaeo societas erat facta, Cs.: Romam miserant societatem rogatum, S.: in societate manere, N.
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    I
    society (association of people); joint pursuit/enjoyment/possession; connection, affinity; conjugal union
    II
    society; alliance/partnership; trading company; fellowship, communion; joint pursuit/enjoyment/possession; connection, affinity; conjugal union

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  • 10 confederatio

    confederation; league

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  • 11 confedero

    confederare, confederavi, confederatus V
    confederate; join in league

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  • 12 confoederatio

    agreement, covenant; league, union, confederation (Ecc)

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  • 13 confoedero

    confoederare, confoederavi, confoederatus V TRANS
    unite, join in a league

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  • 14 conjuro

    conjurare, conjuravi, conjuratus V INTRANS
    swear/act together, join in an oath/plot; conspire, plot; form alliance/league

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  • 15 foedero

    foederare, foederavi, foederatus V TRANS
    seal; ratify (an agreement); establish by treaty/league (L+S)

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  • 16 icio

    icere, ici, ictus V
    hit, strike; smite, stab, sting

    foedus icio -- conclude/make a treaty, league

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  • 17 ico

    icere, ici, ictus V
    hit, strike; smite, stab, sting;)

    foedus ico -- conclude/make a treaty, league

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  • 18 liga

    league; confederacy

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  • 19 ligia

    confederacy; league

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  • 20 quinquegentianus

    Five_Nations; (league of desert people against Romans - 3rd century Mauretania)

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