Definition of census
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LEM
cēnsus, cēnsūs
noun (m., 4th declension)
  1. a registering of citizens and property by the censors, census, appraisement
  2. a counting, numbering
  3. the register of the census, censor's lists
  4. a fortune, estate, wealth, riches, property, possessions
  5. [in poetry] rich presents, gifts
Abbreviations
cēnsus ūs, m censeo, a registering of citizens and property by the censors, census, appraisement: censum habere: agere, L.: censu prohibere, to exclude from the list of citizens.

—A counting, numbering: eorum, qui domum redierunt, Cs.

—The register of the census, censor's lists.

—A fortune, estate, wealth, riches, property, possessions: homo sine censu: in senatoribus cooptandis neque censūs neque aetates valuisse: Ars illi sua census erat, his fortune, O.: Tulli, Iu.: exiguus, H.: cultus maior censu, beyond your means, H.

— Poet., rich presents, gifts, O.
 
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