Definition of Gregales

1. gregale [n] - See also: gregale



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gregales

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greeting
greeting card
greetings
greetings card
greets
greetz
greeve
greeze
greezes
greffier
greffiers
greffotome
gregal
gregale
gregales (current term)
gregaloid
gregarian
gregarinae
gregarine
gregarine movement
gregarines
gregarinosis
gregarious
gregariously
gregariousness
gregarization
gregarize
gregatim
grege

Literary usage of Gregales

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1. De cerimoniis aulae Byzantinae libri duo by Constantine, Johann Jacob Reiske (1830)
"... necessario quoque Circenses gregales erant De turbis et flagitiis ... gregales vero ill! tonso ..."

2. The History of Human Marriage by Edward Westermarck (1922)
"l In this connection it may be noticed that in ancient Rome the milites gregales, who were Roman citizens, were prohibited from marrying. ..."

3. Der römische Konkubinat nach den Rechtsquellen und den Inschriften by Paul Martin Meyer (1895)
"Dagegen finden wir für ein Recht der milites gregales, während ihrer Dienstzeit ein matrimonium iustum einzugehen und legitime Kinder zu zeugen, ..."

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