sine prole

adverb sine pro·le \ˌsīnēˈprōˌlā, ˌsin-, -nə̇ˈp-; ˌsi|(ˌ)nāˈprō(ˌ)lā, ˌsē|, |nēˈp-, |nə̇ˈp-\

Definition of sine prole

  1. :  without issue died sine prole in his 80th year

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Origin and Etymology of sine prole

Latin


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