majus Latium

noun ma·jus La·ti·um \¦mä(ˌ)yu̇ˈslätēˌu̇m\

Definition of majus Latium

  1. :  the right of Roman citzenship granted to the holder of a magistracy in a territorial unit outside Rome and to his wife, children, and parents — compare jus latii, minus latium

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Origin and Etymology of majus latium

Latin, literally, greater Latium, from majus greater (neuter of major) + Latium, ancient country of Italy


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