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Definition of: comitatus

(kom′ə·tātəs) noun
1. In Roman and medieval history, the retinue of a prince or chieftain, acting as companions and protectors in exchange for maintenance.
2. In old English law, a county or shire; also, an earldom. [<L, a company]

Most often used phrases:

regional comitatus
first comitatus
comitatus praesentales
county comitatus
comitatus kingdom
comitatus regiments
comitatus de
gaul comitatus
large comitatus
armies comitatus
comitatus novi
comitatus sarossiensis
comitatus cavalry
imperial comitatus
word comitatus

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