Definition of Edile

1. n. See Ædile.



Definition of Edile

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of aedile) ¹

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Definition of Edile

1. aedile [n -S] - See also: aedile

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Edile

edificator
edificators
edificatory
edifice
edifices
edificial
edified
edifier
edifiers
edifies
edifiest
edifieth
edify
edifying
edifyingly
edile (current term)
ediles
edileship
edileships
edingtonite
edingtonites
edisonade
edisonades
edisylate
edisylates
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edit distance
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Literary usage of Edile

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1. A History of Rome from the Earliest Times to the Establishment of the Empire by Henry George Liddell (1855)
"... and ^edile- ship: acknowledged as leader of the Marian Party. § 3. Discontent with government of Senate among (1) families of Proscribed, (2) soldiers ..."

2. A History of Rome from the Earliest Times to the Establishment of the Empire by Henry George Liddell (1855)
"Elected Curule ^edile. § 12. Appius retains his Censorship for four years. §13. His public works: Appian Road: Appian Aqueduct. § 14. His later life. § 15. ..."

3. A Smaller History of Rome: From the Earliest Times to the Establishment of by William Smith, Eugene Lawrence (1877)
"In nC 09 Cicero was ^edile, and in 66 Praetor. In the latter year he delivered his celebrated address to the people in favor of the ..."

4. Universal History: From the Creation of the World to the Beginning of the by Alexander Fraser Tytler Woodhouselee, William Fraser-Tytler (1854)
"edile—Licinia» law limiting property in land No sooner was tranquillity in some measure reestablished in the city of Rome, than the consuls Valerius and ..."

5. Encyclopædia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature by Thomas Gamaliel Bradford (1838)
"... officers of state, who were elected annually, publicly declared, at their entrance upon office, the principles by which they should conduct 34* edile. ..."

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