comitia definition

  • noun:
    • a favorite assembly in old Rome having legislative or electoral responsibilities.
    • a favorite legislative installation in ancient Rome
    • a favorite assembly in old Rome having legislative or electoral responsibilities.
    • a well known legislative system in old Rome
  • noun-plural:
    • A public construction of this Roman folks for electing officers or passing regulations.
    • A public set up of the Roman folks for electing officials or passing guidelines.
  • others:
    • In Roman antiquity, assemblies of the people.
    • An assembly.
    • in English universities, identical to act, 5.
    • In Roman antiquity, assemblies of those.
    • An assembly.
    • when you look at the English universities, just like work, 5.

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