patrius

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in quibus hoc primum est in quo admirer, cur in gravissimis rebus non delectet eos sermo patrius, cum idem fabellas Latinas ad verbum e Graecis expressas non inviti legant.
Iunius consules, qui contra auspicia navigaverunt; parendum enim religioni fuit nec patrius mos tam contumaciter repudiandus.
patrius con el que lo hace con las de Scelidotherium.
21, 2011) ("Medieval Latin expatriatus, past participle of expatriare to leave one's own country, from Latin ex- + patria native country, from feminine of patrius of a father, from pair-, pater father .
20) In turn, patrius derives directly from pater, meaning 'father, sire, founder, or head.
El holandes Hendrik Patrius Berlage fue encargado en 1900 de desarrollar cerca de 280 has de suelo rural como espacio residencial en el sur de la ciudad consolidada.
and the answer, si patrius mos servetur, nihil (If ancestral custom should be preserved, nothing).
The results of their efforts, that which Gilbert and Gubar refer to as "father speech" or patrius sermo, is the so-called "civilised" version of the mother tongue (materna lingua) that becomes the dialect of the literate and thus of those who have discursive agency in the phallocentric hegemony.
The Reverse has the inscription "JUVENTAS ET PATRIUS VIGOR/CANADA INSTAURATA 1867" meaning 'Youth and patriotic strength/Canada inaugurated 1867.
Patrimonium), que originalmente significaba "bienes heredados de los padres", por extension natural se refirio a los "bienes pertenecientes a la corona o dignidad real" pues la etimologia del lugar de nacimiento tiene la misma raiz: patris, padre, patrius, relativo al padre patria, "tierra de los padres" (Diccionario de la Real Academia; Corominas, 1987:432).
Word combination is classical, although Vergil never chooses to refer to patrius campus in either the singular or plural; he preferred finis and arva.