Definition of dux
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Orthography ID = 1005059
1.
LEM
dux, ducis
DVC-
noun (c., 3rd declension)
  1. a leader, conductor, guide
  2. [of troops] a commander, general - in - chief
  3. a lieutenant-general, general of division [opp. imperator]
  4. [in general] a commander, ruler, leader, chief, head, author, ringleader, adviser, promoter
  5. [figuratively] a guide, master, adviser, counsellor
Abbreviations
dux ducis, m and f DVC-, a leader, conductor, guide: itineris periculique, S.: locorum, L.: iis ducibus, qui, etc., guided by, Cs.: Teucro duce, H.: Hac (bove) duce carpe vias, O.

—Of troops, a commander, general - in - chief: Helvetiorum, Cs.: hostium, S.

—A lieutenant-general, general of division (opp. imperator), Cs.

— In gen., a commander, ruler, leader, chief, head, author, ringleader, adviser, promoter: ad despoliandum Diane templum: me uno togato duce: optimae sententiae: femina facti, V.: dux regit examen, H.: armenti (i. e. taurus), O.: Te duce, while you are lord, H.

—Fig., a guide, master, adviser, counsellor: natura bene vivendi: Sine duce ullo pervenire ad hanc improbitatem: quo me duce tuter (i. e. magister), H.
 
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