Lewis & Short

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pŏpŭlātim, adv. [1. populus], from people to people, among all nations, everywhere, universally (ante-class.): poëta placuit populatim omnibus, Pompon. ap. Non. 150, 20; Caecil. ap. ib. 154, 14; Arn. 3, 5.