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plebs

noun \ˈplebz, ˈpleps\
plural ple·bes \ˈplē-(ˌ)bēz, ˈplā-ˌbās\

Definition of PLEBS

1
:  the general populace
2
:  the common people of ancient Rome

Origin of PLEBS

Latin
First Known Use: 1647

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