familia

Literally, a family, this was a term used for a Byzantine squad of soldiers.
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Familia

Familia can have the following meanings: ...
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Familia

(Latin) a family, people related by marriage or blood ties.
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Familia

[magazine] The Romanian-language Familia literary magazine was first published by Iosif Vulcan in Budapest from June 5, 1865 to April 17, 1880. The magazine moved to Oradea (Nagyvárad) and continued publication from April 27, 1880 to December 31, 1906. Several new series of the magazine were subsequently published: ...
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Familia

[political party] Familia (`The Family`, from Latin familia) was the name of a Polish political party led by the House of Czartoryski and families allied with them, and formed toward the end of the reign of King August II the Strong (reigned 1697–1706, 1709–1733). The Familia`s principal leaders were Michał Fryderyk Czartoryski, Great ...
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familia

family, household.
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Familia

Late Roman squad.
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familia

Latin, meaning: family, household.
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familia

personal household of a feudal lord
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Familia

the leading noble family of Poland in the 18th century, eclipsing the rival Potocki family in both power and prestige.[2 related articles]
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