comitia ōrum, n plur. of comitium, the Roman people in assembly, comitia curiata, of the patricians, held in the comitium, mainly to ratify or veto decrees of the senate: comitia fierent regi creando, L.
— later only for taking the auspices, C.
—Centuriata, the general assembly of the Roman people (usu. in the Campus Martius, instituted by Servius Tullius, and continued throughout the republic): consularia, for electing consuls: edicere comitia consulibus creandis, L.
— Tributa, usu. in the Forum, but for choosing magistrates often in the Campus Martius, C., L.
—Tribunicia, for electing tribunes of the plebs, L.: quaestoria.
— An election: comitiis factis.