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co·mi·ti·a

 (kə-mĭsh′ē-ə, -mĭsh′ə)
n. pl. comitia
A popular assembly in ancient Rome having legislative or electoral duties.

[Latin, from pl. of comitium, assembly place : com-, com- + itus, past participle of īre, to go; see ei- in Indo-European roots.]

co·mi′tial (-mĭsh′əl) adj.
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