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noun 
  1. (Roman mythology) The twelve great gods of Roman mythology, namely Juno, Vesta, Minerva, Ceres, Diana, Venus, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Neptune, Vulcan, and Apollo.
  2. By extension, any illustrious or eminent group of people, not necessarily twelve in number; most frequently applied to writers of literature.
the twelve Di Majores of Latin letters
Etymology: deus, di magnus, maiores "greater gods;" deus "god" + maior "greater," comparative of magnus "great".


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