jugurthine


jugurthine
ju·gur·thine

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  • jugurthine — jüˈgərthə̇n, ˌthīn adjective Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: Latin jugurthinus, from Jugurtha died 104 B.C. king of Numidia defeated and captured by the Romans + Latin inus ine : of or relating to Jugurtha or his reign the Jugurthine War …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Jugurtha — Jugurthine /jooh gerr thin, thuyn/, adj. /jooh gerr theuh/, n. died 104 B.C., king of Numidia 113 104 …   Useful english dictionary

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