dies comitialis

noun di·es co·mi·ti·a·lis \ ¦dēˌāskəˌmitēˈälə̇s \

Definition of dies comitialis

plural dies comitiales \-äˌlās\
:any of the 190 days of each year on which the people under the Roman republic could meet for legislation or election

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Origin and Etymology of dies comitialis

Latin, literally, comitial day


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