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Meaning of Salii

Sal•i•i

Pronunciation: (sal'ē-ī"), [key]
— n. (used with a pl. v.)
  1. (in ancient Rome) a college of priests of Mars and Quirinus who guarded the ancilia and led the festivities in their honor. Cf.
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