Definition of Quirites. Meaning of Quirites. Synonyms of Quirites

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Definition of Quirites

Quirites
Quirites Qui*ri"tes, n. pl. [L., fr. Cures, a Sabine town.] (Rom. Antiq.) Roman citizens. Note: After the Sabines and Romans had united themselves into one community, under Romulus, the name of Quirites was taken in addition to that of Romani, the Romans calling themselves in a civil capacity Quirites, while in a political and military capacity they retained the name of Romani. --Andrews.
Quirite
Quirite Qui"rite, n. One of the Quirites.

Meaning of Quirites from wikipedia

- Quirites is the name of Roman citizens in their peacetime functions. Latin Quirītis most likely stems from an earlier *quiri-. The origin of the latter...
- parti****ted in government). The Quirites were the co-viri. The two peoples had acquired one status. The Latin for the Sabine Quirites was cives, which in one...
- Munich 1912 p. 109; Paulus p. 43 L: "Romani a Quirino Quirites di****ur"; Festus p. 304L: "... Quirites dicti, post foedus a Romulo et Tatio percussum, communionem...
- Subfamily: Dioptinae Tribe: Dioptini Genus: Dioptis Species: D. uniguttata Binomial name Dioptis uniguttata Warren, 1901 Synonyms Dioptis quirites Druce, 1907...
- that he loved her p****ionately. Mars Quirinus was the protector of the Quirites ("citizens" or "civilians") as divided into curiae (citizen ****emblies)...
- of ownership (dominium) for such goods was reserved to Roman citizens (Quirites) and therefore called a "quiritian" or a "quiritary" right. The procedure...
- city were still called Romans, but as a community, they were to be called Quirites. The Sabines were integrated into the existing tribes and curies, however...
- Caesar scornfully calls his soldiers quirites ("citizens") rather than milites ("soldiers"), the word quirites had by this time been dissociated with...
- with Cures, with the Sabine word for spear curis, with currus cart, with Quirites, with the curiae, as king Titus Tatius dedicated a table to Juno in every...
- Brahmins/Athravan, Kshatriyas/Rathaestar, Vaishyas Roman – Flamines, Milites, Quirites Celtic – Druids, Equites, Plebes (according to Julius Caesar) Anglo-Saxon...
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