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¿Qué significa?: Tribuno

Por un Boyacá bien hablado, Excelsio presenta la definición de esta palabra según el Diccionario de la Lengua Española.

Tribuno.
(Del lat. tribūnus).
1. m. Orador político que mueve a la multitud con elocuencia fogosa y apasionada.

2. m. Cada uno de los magistrados que elegía el pueblo romano reunido en tribus, y tenían facultad de poner el veto a las resoluciones del Senado y de proponer plebiscitos.
~ de la plebe.

1. m. tribuno (‖ magistrado romano).
~ militar.

1. m. Jefe de un cuerpo de tropas de los antiguos romanos.


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