aedile

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From Latin aedīlis (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, regulation of festivals, supervision of markets and the supply of grain and water.

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aedīle

  1. ablative singular of aedīlis