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  • Plebs - Wikipedia

    In ancient Rome. In Latin the word plebs is a singular collective noun, and its genitive is plebis. The origin of the separation into orders is unclear, and it is ...

  • "Plebs" The Beasts (TV Episode 2016) - IMDb

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  • Plebs (TV series) - Wikipedia

    Plebs is a British television series broadcast on ITV2. It was first broadcast in March 2013, and is produced by Tom Basden, Caroline Leddy, Sam Leifer and Teddy Leifer.

  • Urban Dictionary: pleb

    Actually defined as a member of a despised social class, a commoner, a member of the plebs of ancient Rome. Also low-born, undisinguished, vulgar, and my personal ...

  • Plebs - definition of plebs by The Free Dictionary

    plebs (plĕbz) n. pl. ple·bes (plē′bēz) 1. The common people of ancient Rome: the plebs and the patricians. 2. The common people; the populace. [Latin plēbs ...

  • Plebs | Define Plebs at

    Plebs definition, (in ancient Rome) the common people, as contrasted with the patricians and later with the senatorial nobility or the equestrian order. See more.

  • Plebs | Definition of Plebs by Merriam-Webster

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  • plebs - Wiktionary

    2000, James Fentress, chapter 1, in Rebels & Mafiosi: Death in a Sicilian Landscape: The history of Palermo was punctuated by such uprisings; when they ...

  • Plebs definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

    Plebs definition: the common people; the masses | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

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