foederatus

noun
foe·​de·​ra·​tus | \ˌfedəˈrātəs\
plural foederati\-​ātˌī \

Definition of foederatus 

: an auxiliary soldier serving the Roman Empire

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History and Etymology for foederatus

Latin, from foederatus, adjective, allied, federated

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