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Lewis : orientalis

orientalis, ŏrĭentālis, e, adj. oriens, of or belonging to the East, Eastern, Oriental (postclass.): periculorum et operum orientalium socii, in the East, Just. 14, 2, 8: barba ria, id. 12, 3, 3: reges, id. 38, 10, 5: venti, Gell. 2, 22, 11.

Subst. Ŏrĭentā-les, ĭum, m., the Orientals, Just. 36, 3, 9.

ŏrĭentāles, ĭum, f. (sc. ferae), wild beasts designed for hunting exhibitions (as lions, tigers, panthers, etc.), Inscr. Murat. 654, 1.