aedile

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From Latin aedilis (commissioner or magistrate).

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aedile (plural aediles)

  1. (historical, Ancient Rome) An elected official who was responsible for the maintenance of public buildings and the regulation of festivals; also supervised markets and the supply of grain and water.

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aedīle

  1. ablative singular of aedīlis