Word: legion

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Related words: legion

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Synonyms: legion

brigade, regiment, battalion, company, troop, division, squadron, squad, platoon, phalanx, unit, force, horde, throng, multitude, host, crowd, mass, mob, gang, swarm, flock, herd, score, army, pack

Translations: legion

spanish
legión


german
legion

french
légion

italian
legione

portuguese
legião, Legion, uma legião, da legião, legiões

dutch
legioen

russian
множество, легион

norwegian
hærskare, legionen, legio

swedish
legionen, legio, oräkneliga

finnish
monta, usea

danish
legio, legionen, hærskare

czech
legie, množství

polish
legia, legion

hungarian
légió, hadtest

turkish
lejyon, lejyonu, birlik, kalabalık

greek
λεγεώνα

ukrainian
чітко

albanian
legjion, ushtri, Legion, mizëri, legjioni

bulgarian
легион

belarusian
легіён

estonian
leegion, Leegioni, Leegionis

croatian
vojska, legija

icelandic
hersveit, Legion, Hersing, herdeild, Þroskaþjálfa

latin
legio

lithuanian
legionas, Legion, daugybė, legiono, begalė

latvian
leģions

macedonian
Легијата, легија, Легија на, многубројни, Легион

romanian
legiune

slovenian
legija, Množica, nešteto, je nešteto

slovak
légie, légia, legie

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The meaning and "use of": legion

noun
  • a unit of 3,000–6,000 men in the ancient Roman army.
  • a vast host, multitude, or number of people or things.

adjective
  • great in number.

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