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a
invariable feminine noun

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1 first letter of the Latin alphabet
2 abbreviation of the praenomen [Aulus]
3 abbreviation of [absolvo], I absolve the judges wrote it on the small wax boards
4 abbreviation of [antiquo], I reject (told about a bill)
5 in the dates it means [ante]: a. d. = [ante diem] or [annus]
6 in the inscriptions it means [Augustus]
7 in calendar expression a. d. = [ante diem] = before the day

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a Mutina = from, from the area of Modena || a natura = for nature || A littera tractim pronuntiata = the A vowel pronouced long || A litteram humi imprimo = to imprint letter A on the ground || aliquid a suis vel per suos potius iniquos ad te esse delatum


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