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From Latin mīlitia (military, military service), from mīles (soldier).

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Militia

Plural
Militias

Militia (plural Militias)
  1. An army of trained civilians, which may be an official reserve army, called upon in time of need; the national police force of a country (e.g. Russia, Ukraine, etc.); the entire able-bodied population of a state; or a private force, not under government control.

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From mīles (soldier).

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mīlitia (genitive mīlitiae); f, first declension

  1. military service; soldiery, military
  2. warfare, war, campaign
  3. civil service, profession, employment
  4. (figuratively) military spirit, courage, bravery

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Number Singular Plural
nominative mīlitia mīlitiae
genitive mīlitiae mīlitiārum
dative mīlitiae mīlitiīs
accusative mīlitiam mīlitiās
ablative mīlitiā mīlitiīs
vocative mīlitia mīlitiae

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