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  • 1 ad-lacrimō (all-)

        ad-lacrimō (all-) —, —, āre,    to shed tears thereat, weep (once): Iuno adlacrimans, V.

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  • 2 būbīle

        būbīle is, n    [bos], a stall for oxen, Ph.
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    cattle-shed, stall for cattle/oxen

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  • 3 cadō

        cadō cecidī, casūrus, ere    [CAD-], to fall, fall down, descend: lucrumae cadunt gaudio, T.: (apes) praecipites cadunt, V.: caelo ceciderunt sereno Fulgura, V.: a mento cadit manus, O.: de manibus arma cecidissent: vela cadunt, are furled, V.: Altius atque cadant imbres, from a greater height, V.—To fall, fall down, fall prostrate, fall over: ne ille ceciderit, has had a fall, T.: velut si prolapsus cecidisset, L.: prolapsa in volnus moribunda cecidit, L.: in pectus pronus, O.: casura moenia Troum, O.: casurae arces, V.—Of heavenly bodies, to set, go down, fall, sink: iuxta solem cadentem, V.: quā (nocte) Orion cadit, H.: oriens mediusve cadensve Phoebus, O.: primis cadentibus astris, fading, i. e. at dawn, V.—To fall off, fall away, fall out, drop off, be shed: barba, V.: Prima (folia) cadunt, H.: gregibus lanae cadunt, O.: poma ramis, O.: elapsae manibus cecidere tabellae, O.—Of a stream, to fall, empty itself: in sinum maris, L.—Of dice, to be thrown, fall, turn up: illud, quod cecidit forte, T.—Of shadows, to be thrown, fall (poet.): cadunt de montibus umbrae, V.—To fall dead, fall, die, be slain: in acie: Civili acie, O.: pauci de nostris cadunt, Cs.: plures Saguntini cadebant quam Poeni, L.: ante diem, prematurely, V.: suo Marte (i. e. suā manu), O.: iustā Morte, H.: femineo Marte, O.: a tanto viro, O.: a centurione, Ta.: In pio officio, O.: in patriā cadendum est, we must perish.—Of victims, to be slain, be offered, be sacrificed, fall (poet.): Multa tibi cadet hostia, V.: Si tener cadit haedus, H.: Victima vota cadit, O.—Of a woman, to yield, Tb. —Fig., to come, fall under, fall, be subject, be exposed: sub sensum: in conspectum, to become visible: si regnum ad servitia caderet, into servile hands, L.: sub imperium Romanorum: in deliberationem: in suspicionem alicuius, N.—To belong, be in accordance, agree, refer, be suitable, apply, fit, suit, become: non cadit in hos mores ista suspitio: cadit ergo in bonum virum mentiri?: Heu, cadit in quemquam tantum scelus? V.: sub eandem rationem.—Of time, to fall upon: in alienissimum tempus: in hanc aetatem.— To fall due: in eam diem cadere nummos.—To befall, fall to the lot of, happen, come to pass, occur, result, turn out, fall out: mihi peropportune: insperanti mihi cecidit, ut, etc.: Sunt quibus ad portas cecidit custodia sorti, V.: Ut illis... voluptas cadat, H.: verba cadentia, uttered at random, H.: verba si Graeco fonte cadent, be derived from, H.: verebar quorsum id casurum esset, how it would turn out: praeter opinionem, N.: si quid adversi caderet, L.: fortuito in melius casura, Ta.: curare Quo promissa cadent, how fulfilled, H.: Vota cadunt, are fulfilled, Tb.: tibi pro vano benigna cadant, Pr.: Quo res cumque cadent, V.: si non omnia caderent secunda, Cs.: ut inrita promissa eius caderent, L.: libertas in servitutem cadit: in hunc hominem ista suspitio: ad inritum cadens spes, turning out to be vain, L.—To lose strength, fall, perish, be overthrown, drop, decline, vanish, decay, cease: cadentem rem p. fulcire: tua laus pariter cum re p. cecidit: virtute Neronis Armenius cecidit, H.: non tibi ira cecidit, L.: animus, to fail. L.: cadere animis, to lose courage: cecidere illis animi, O.— To fail (in speaking), falter: orator cadet.—Causā cadere, to lose the cause: cadere in iudicio: Ut cecidit fortuna Phrygum, O.— Of the countenance or features: tibi tamen oculi, voltus, verba cecidissent, i. e. expressed terror.— Of words: Multa renascentur, quae iam cecidere, fallen into disuse, H.—Of theatrical representations, to fail, be condemned: cadat an recto stet fabula talo, H.—Of the wind, to abate, subside, die away: cadit Eurus, O.: venti vis omnis cecidit, L.—Of words and clauses, to be terminated, end, close: verba melius in syllabas longiores cadunt: similiter cadentia, having the same endings.
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    cadere, cecidi, casus V INTRANS
    fall, sink, drop, plummet, topple; be slain, die; end, cease, abate; decay

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  • 4 caedēs

        caedēs (old caedis, L.), is, f    [2 SAC-, SEC-], a cutting-down: ilex per caedes Ducit opes, gathers vigor by the blows, H.—A killing, slaughter, carnage, massacre: civium: magistratuum: designat oculis ad caedem unumquemque nostrum: Iam non pugna sed caedes erat, Cu.: ex mediā caede effugere, L.: homines Caedibus deterruit, H.: magnā caede factā, N.: caedem in aliquem facere, S.: caedes et incendia facere, L.: sternere caede viros, V.: saeva, O.: arma Militibus sine caede Derepta, without a battle, H.: Nullum in caede nefas, in killing (me), V.: studiosus caedis ferinae (i. e. ferarum), O.: bidentium, H.—Meton., persons slaughtered, the slain: caedis acervi, V.: plenae caedibus viae, Ta.: par utrimque, L. — The blood shed, gore: tepidā recens Caede locus, V.: caede madentes, O.: permixta flumina caede, Ct.: quod mare Non decoloravere caedes? H.— A murderous attack: nostrae iniuria caedis, on us, V.
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    murder/slaughter/massacre; assassination; feuding; slain/victims; blood/gore

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  • 5 caedō

        caedō cecīdī, caesus, ere    [2 SAC-, SEC-], to cut, hew, cut down, fell, cut off, cut to pieces: arbores: robur, O.: silvas, Cs.: murus latius quam caederetur ruebat, L.: lapis caedendus: securibus vina (frozen), V.: comam (vitis), Tb.: caesis montis fodisse medullis, Ct. — Prov.: ut vineta egomet caedam mea, i. e. attack my own interests, H. — To strike upon, knock at, beat, strike, cudgel: ianuam saxis: verberibus te, T.: virgis ad necem caedi: flagellis Ad mortem caesus, H.: nudatos virgis, L.: servum sub furcā, L.: caesae pectora palmis, i. e. beating, O.: in iudicio testibus caeditur, i. e. is pressed.—Of men, to strike mortally, kill, murder: illi dies, quo Ti. Gracchus est caesus: caeso Argo, O.—Poet., of blood: caeso sparsuros sanguine flammam, shed, V. — Of battle, to slay, slaughter, cut to pieces, vanquish, destroy: exercitus caesus fususque: infra arcem caesi captique multi, L.: passim obvii caedebantur, Cu.: ingentem cecidit Antiochum, H.: placare ventos virgine caesā, V.—Of animals, to slaughter (esp. for sacrifice): greges armentorum: boves, O.: deorum mentis caesis hostiis placare: victimas, L.: binas bidentis, V.: Tempestatibus agnam, V. — Fig.: pignus caedere (in law), to declare the forfeiture of a security, confiscate a pledge: non tibi illa sunt caedenda: dum sermones caedimus, chop words, chat, T.: Caedimur, cudgel one another (with compliments), H.
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    caedere, caecidi, caesus V TRANS
    chop, hew, cut out/down/to pieces; strike, smite, murder; slaughter; sodomize
    II
    caedere, cecidi, caesus V TRANS
    chop, hew, cut out/down/to pieces; strike, smite, murder; slaughter; sodomize

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  • 6 casa

        casa ae, f    [SCAD-], a small house, cottage, hut, cabin, shed: casae aratorum: habitare casas, V.: casae stramentis tectae, Cs.: in casis habitare, L.: Aedificare casas, to build baby-houses, H.—Prov.: ita fugias ne praeter casam, i. e. run beyond the hiding-place (in the game of hide-and-seek), T.
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    cottage/small humble dwelling, hut/hovel; home; house; shop, booth; farm (late)

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  • 7 dēfundō

        dēfundō fūdī, fūsus, ere,    to pour down, pour out: odorem, V.: vinum, to decant, H.: pelvīs, to empty, Iu. — Esp., in libations: te prosequitur mero Defuso pateris, H.
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    defundere, defudi, defusus V TRANS
    pour out/away/off/down; discharge; shed; empty/pour out (vessel); wet by pouring

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  • 8 dēiciō or dēiiciō

        dēiciō or dēiiciō iēcī, iectus, ere    [de + iacio], to throw down, hurl down, precipitate, prostrate, raze, fell, cut down, tear down, destroy: alqm de ponte in Tiberim: alqm de saxo (Tarpeio), L.: a cervicibus iugum: se de muro, leap, Cs.: saxi deiectae vertice caprae, V.: se per munitiones, leap over, Cs.: venti a montibus se deiciunt, L.: volnerato equo deiectus, Cs.: statuas veterum hominum: naves deiciendi operis missae, to destroy, Cs.: monumenta regis, H.: muros, L.: ut omnes Hermae deicerentur, N.: deiectā turri, Cs.: caput uno ictu, V.; libellos, to tear down: sortīs, to cast, Cs.: deiectis lacrimis, shed, Pr.—Poet., with dat: Gyan leto, V.—Prov.: de gradu deici (orig. of a gladiator), to be thrown off one's balance, i. e. lose one's head.—To drive out, dislodge, expel: nostri deiecti sunt loco, Cs.: praesidium ex saltu, Cs.: Gallorum agmen ex rupe Tarpeiā, L.: praesidium Claternā.— To drive out, turn out of possession, eject, dispossess: unde sis deiectus: ex eo loco.— Pass: deici, to be driven out of one's course: naves ad inferiorem partem insulae, Cs.: classis tempestate vexata ad Belearīs insulas deicitur, L. — To lay low, strike down, kill, slay, slaughter: paucis deiectis, Cs.: quem telo primum Deicis? V.: (viperam) Deice, crush, V.: super iuvencum stabat deiectum leo, Ph.— To lower, let fall, de press: in pectora mentum, O.—Fig., to cast down: oculos: voltum, V.: deiectus oculos, with downcast eyes, V.: Deiecto in humum voltu, O.— To remove, avert, divert, turn away, repel: hunc metum Siciliae damnatione istius: oculos a re p.: quantum mali de humanā condicione: vitia a se ratione: eum de sententiā.— To prevent from obtaining, deprive, rob of: de possessione imperi vos, L.: principatu, Cs.: eā spe, Cs.: deiecta coniuge tanto, V.: uxore deiectā (sc. coniugio), Ta.: hoc deiecto, after his fall, N.—In elections, to defeat, disappoint, prevent the choice of: me aedilitate: eiusdem pecuniā de honore deici: civis optimus praeturā deiectus: deiectis honore per coitionem, L.

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  • 9 de-mittō

        de-mittō mīsī, missus, ere,    to send down, let down, drop, lower, put down, let fall, sink: lacrimas, shed, V.: ubera, let down, V.: ancilia caelo demissa, L.: latum clavum pectore, H.: Maiā genitum demittit ab alto, V.: ab aethere currum, O.: aurīs, H.: crinem, O.: tunicam, H.: se ad aurem alicuius, bend: se ob assem, stoop, H.: vallis, quā se demittere rivi Adsuerant, O.: (matres) de muris per manūs demissae, letting themselves down, Cs.: de caelo demissus, i. e. of heavenly origin, L.: tum demissi populo fasces, lowered. — To cast down, cast, throw, thrust, plunge, drive: Demissa tempestas ab Euro, H.: per pectora tela, O.: equum in flumen: in eum locum demissus, S.: Manīs deam ad imos, V.: hostem in ovilia, H.: ferrum in ilia, O.: sublicas in terram, Cs.: huc stipites, Cs.: nummum in loculos, to put, H.: fessas navīs, i. e. from the high seas, V.: navem secundo amni Scodram, L.: puteum alte in solido, sink, V.: corpora Stygiae nocti, O.: aliquem Orco, V.: ferrum lacubus, O.—Of troops, to send down, lead down: in loca plana agmen, L.: in inferiorem campum equites, L.—With se, to descend, march down: cum se pars agminis in convallem demisisset, Cs.: in aequum locum sese, Cs.—Fig., to cast down, depress, let sink, let fall: quā se (incipit) molli iugum demittere clivo, V.: demissis in terram oculis, L.: voltum metu, O.: animos: mentes, V.: ne se admodum animo demitterent, Cs.: hoc in pectus tuum demitte, impress, S.: voces in pectora, L.: dicta in aurīs, V.: Segnius inritant animos demissa per aurem (i. e. in animum), received, H.: me penitus in causam, to engage in: me in res turbulentissimas, to meddle with: eo rem demittit, si, etc., concedes so much.— P. pass., derived, sprung, descended (poet.): ab alto Demissum genus Aeneā, H.: ab Iove gens, V.: Iulius, a magno demissum nomen Iulo, V.

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  • 10 dīvortium (dīver-)

        dīvortium (dīver-) ī, n    [dis- + VERT-], a parting, point of separation, fork: ad divortia nota, V.: itinerum, L.: aquarum, a water-shed: inter Europam Asiamque (i. e. the Hellespont), Ta.— A divorce, dissolution of marriage (by agreement): subitum: cum mimā.—Fig., a division, difference: doctrinarum divortia.

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  • 11

        (old subj. duis, duit, duint, etc.), dedī, datus, are    [1 DA-], to hand over, deliver, give up, render, furnish, pay, surrender: dic quid vis dari tibi, T.: pretium: Apronio quod poposcerit: pecuniam praetori: pecuniam ob ius dicendum: pecunias eis faenori: abrotonum aegro, administer, H.: obsides, Cs.: ad sepulturam corpus: manibus lilia plenis, by handfuls, V.: ne servi in quaestionem dentur: catenis monstrum, H.: obsidibus quos dabant acceptis, offered, L.: cui Apollo citharam dabat, was ready to give, V.: Da noctis mediae, da, etc. (sc. cyathos), i. e. wine in honor of, H. — Of letters, to intrust (for delivery), send: litteras ad te numquam habui cui darem, by whom to send: ut ad illum det litteras, may write: tum datae sunt (epistulae), cum, etc., was written: ad quas (litteras) ipso eo die dederam, answered.—To give, bestow, present, grant, confer, make a present of: dat nemo largius, T.: vasa legatis muneri data, Ta.: multis beneficia, S.: Os homini sublime, O.: cratera, quem dat Dido, a present from, V.: divis Tura, offer, H.: munus inritamen amoris, O.: pretium dabitur tibi femina, O.— To give up, surrender, yield, abandon, devote, leave: diripiendam urbem: (filiam) altaribus, Iu.: Siculos eorum legibus: summam certaminis uni, O.: dant tela locum, let pass, V.: dat euntibus silva locum, makes way, V.: ut spatium pila coiciendi non daretur, left, Cs.: tribus horis exercitui ad quietem datis, Cs.: amori ludum, H.: unum pro multis dabitur caput, V.: Mille ovium morti, H.: se rei familiari: sese in cruciatum: se vento, Cs.: da te populo.—With manūs, to offer (for fetters), i. e. to surrender, yield: qui det manūs vincique se patiatur: donicum victi manūs dedissent, N.: dat permotus manūs, yields, Cs.: do manūs scientiae, H.— To grant, give, concede, yield, resign, furnish, afford, present, award, render, confer: des veniam oro, H.: Si das hoc, admit, H.: plurīs sibi auras ad reprehendendum: facultatem per provinciam itineris faciundi, Cs.: hostibus occasionem pugnandi, S.: imperium Caesari: mihi honorem: datus tibi plausus, H.: dextram iuveni (as a pledge), V.: senatus utrique datur, a hearing, S.: si verbis audacia detur, O.: peditibus suis hostīs paene victos, turn over, S.: unam ei cenam, entertain at dinner, T.: Dat somnos adimitque, V.: Dat veniam somnumque dies, i. e. leave to rest, H.: Quā data porta, V.: Das aliquid famae, make a concession, H.— To permit, suffer, allow, let, grant: Da mihi contingere, etc., O.: Di tibi dent classem reducere, H.: cur Non datur audire, etc., V.: da, femina ne sim, O.: date volnera lymphis Abluam, V.: ille dedit quod non... et ut, etc., it was of his bounty, O.: omnibus nobis ut res dant sese, ita, etc., just as circumstances permit, T.: Multa melius se nocte dedere, succeed, V. — To spare, give up, concede, surrender, forgive: da hunc populo, spare for the sake of: non id petulantiae suae, sed Verginio datum, L.: sanguini id dari, that concession is made, L.— To release, let go, give out, relax, spread: curru lora, V.: frena, O.: in altum Vela, set sail, V.: retrorsum Vela, turn back, H.: conversa domum lintea, H. — Meton., to set, put, place, bring, cause: ipsum gestio Dari mi in conspectum, T.: ad eundem numerum (milites), Cs.: corpora in rogos, O.: collo bracchia circum, V.: bracchia Cervici, H.: multum cruoris, shed, O.: in laqueum vestigia, Iu.: te me dextera Defensum dabit, V. — With se, to present oneself, plunge, rush: In medias sese acies, V.: saltu sese in fluvium, V. — To bring forward, cause, produce, yield, present, make, display (poet.): quas turbas dedit, T.: omnes Dant cuneum, form, V.: terga, turn, V.: aetas Terga dedit, passed away, O.: Vina dabant animos, O.: ex fumo lucem, H.: partu prolem, V.: liberos, Ct.: segetes frumenta daturae, H.: ore colores, V.: patientiae documentum, Ta.: Ludentis speciem, H.: spectacula Marti, H.: Da mihi te talem, O. — To represent (on the stage), produce, bring out: Menandri Phasma, T.: fabulam. — To impose, assign, apportion, allot, appoint, inflict: sibi damnum: finem laborum, grant, V.: Nomina ponto, H.: Volnera ferro, O.: genti meae data moenia, fated, V.: dat negotium Gallis, uti, etc., Cs.: quae legatis in mandatis dederat, Cs.: hospitibus te dare iura, are the lawgiver, V.: detur nobis locus, assigned, H.: volnera hosti, O.: Haec data poena diu viventibus, imposed, Iu.: dat (auribus) posse moveri, makes movable, O.— To excite, awaken, produce: sibi minus dubitationis, Cs.: risūsque iocosque, H.: ignīs (amoris), O.—Fig., of expression, to give expression to, give, utter, announce: in me iudicium: legem, enact: ei consilium: dabitur ius iurandum, Te esse, etc., I'll take my oath, T.: fidem, O.: signum recipiendi, Cs.: responsa, V.: cantūs, V.: Undis iura, O.: requiemque modumque remis, O. — Esp.: nomen, to give in, i. e. enlist, Cs.— To tell, communicate, relate, inform (poet.): quam ob rem has partīs didicerim, paucis dabo, T.: iste deus qui sit, da nobis, V.: Seu Aeneas eripuisse datur, O.— To apply, bestow, exercise, devote: paululum da mi operae, attend, T.: imperatori operam date, Cs.: virtuti opera danda est.—Of a penalty, to give, undergo, suffer, endure: consules poenas dederant, S.: Teucris det sanguine poenas, atone with his life, V. — With verba, to give (mere) words, attempt to deceive, pretend, mislead, cheat: Quoi verba dare difficilest, T.: verba dedimus, decepimus. — With dat, predic., to ascribe, impute, attribute, reckon, regard: quam rem vitio dent, T.: laudem Roscio culpae: quae tu commisisti Verri crimini daturus sum.
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    dare, dedi, datus V TRANS
    give; dedicate; sell; pay; grant/bestow/impart/offer/lend; devote; allow; make; surrender/give over; send to die; ascribe/attribute; give birth/produce; utter

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  • 12 effundō (ecf-)

        effundō (ecf-) fūdī, fūsus, ere    [ex + fundo], to pour out, pour forth, shed, spread abroad: lacrimas: fletūs, V.: pro re p. sanguinem: flumen in Propontidem se effundit, L.: Nos effusi lacrimis, V.— To pour out, pour forth, drive out, cast out, send forth: telorum vis ingens effusa est, L.: Ascanio auxilium castris apertis, for Ascanius, V. — To hurl headlong, throw down, prostrate: equus consulem effudit, L.: effusus eques, V.: ipsum portis sub altis, V.—Of a multitude, to pour out, spread abroad: sese multitudo ad cognoscendum effudit (sc. ex urbe), thronged, Cs.: omnibus portis ad opem ferendam effundi, L.: effuso exercitu, scattered, S.: quae via Teucros effundat in aequum, i. e. by what way can they be forced, V.— To bring forth, produce abundantly: herbas: Auctumnus fruges effuderit, H.— To lavish, squander, waste: patrimonium per luxuriam: sumptūs: Effusus labor, wasted, V. — To empty, exhaust, discharge: mare neque effunditur: carcerem in forum: saccos nummorum, H. — Fig., to pour out, express freely, expend, vent, exhaust: vobis omnia, quae sentiebam: talīs voces, V.: carmina, O.: vox in turbam effunditur: questūs in aëra, O.: furorem in alqm: omne odium in auxili spem, L.: quarrtumcumque virium habuit, L.: virīs in uno, O.— To give up, let go, abandon, resign: gratiam hominis: animam, V.: manibus omnīs effundit habenas, V.—With se, to abandon oneself, give up, yield, indulge: se in aliquā libidine. — P. pass., abandoned, given up: milites in licentiam effusi, L.: in nos suavissime effusus (Pompeius), without reserve: in adulationem, Ta.

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  • 13 fleō

        fleō flēvī (flēmus, Pr., flēsti, O., flērunt, V., flēsse, L., O.), flētus, ēre    [FLA-], to weep, cry, shed tears, lament, wail: quid possum aliud nisi flere: ab eis flens petivit, with tears: multa fleturum caput! H.: Flebit, shall smart for it, H.: de filii morte: ob nostras (vias), Tb.: ab insidiis, Pr.: Troilon, bewail, H.: servitutem, Ph.: amorem testudine, H.: me discedere, V.: flemus, ni nos (lex) divideret (i. e. ne), Pr.: multum fleti ad superos, lamented, V.: Graecia flenda, O.
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    flere, flevi, fletus V
    cry for; cry, weep

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  • 14 fundō

        fundō fūdī, fūsus, ere    [FV-], to pour, pour out, shed: sanguinem e paterā: liquorem de paterā, H.: vinum inter cornua, O.: vinum super aequora, O.: lacrimas, V.: parumne Fusum est Latini sanguinis? split, H.: sanguinem de regno (i. e. propter regnum), Cu.: ingentibus procellis fusus imber, pouring, L.: fusus labris amnis Inficit (i. e. fusa in labra aqua), V.— To make by melting, cast, found. quaerere, quid fusum durius esset, H.— To pour from, empty, pour: duo carchesia Baccho humi, V.: pateram vaccae inter cornua, V.— To pour forth in abundance, scatter, cast, hurl, spread, extend, diffuse: segetem corbibus in Tiberim, L.: res, quibus ignis excitari potest, Cs.: quas (maculas) incuria fudit, has scattered, H.: in pectora odores, O.: luna se per fenestras, V.: ne (vitis) in omnīs partīs fundatur, spread out: latius incendium, Cu.: fusus propexam in pectore barbam, V.: fusis circum armis, in full armor, V.— To bring forth, bear, produce abundantly, yield richly: flores: quem Maia fudit, bore, V.: te beluam ex utero.— To throw down, cast to the ground, prostrate: (hostes) de iugis funduntur, L.: septem Corpora (cervorum) humi, V.: puero fuso, O.— To overthrow, overcome, rout, vanquish, put to flight: hostīs: Gallos a delubris vestris, L.: Latini ad Veserim fusi: quattuor exercitūs, L.: omnibus hostium copiis fusis, Cs.— Fig., to pour out, pour forth, give up, waste, lose: verba, T.: vitam cum sanguine, V.: opes, H.— To spread, extend, display: se latius fundet orator, will display himself: superstitio fusa per gentīs. —Of speech, to pour forth, utter: inanīs sonos: verba poëtarum more: carmen: ore loquelas, V.: vocem extremam cum sanguine, V.: preces, Ta.
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    fundare, fundavi, fundatus V
    establish, found, begin; lay the bottom, lay a foundation; confirm
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    fundere, fudi, fusus V
    pour, cast (metals); scatter, shed, rout

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  • 15 fundō

        fundō āvī, ātus, āre    [fundus], to lay the bottom, make a foundation, found, begin: puppis fundata carinā, O.: sedes Fundatur Veneri, is founded, V.: dente tenaci Ancora fundabat navīs, fastened, V.—Fig., to found, establish, fix, confirm: imperium: res p. praeclare fundata: legibus urbem, V.: suas opes, Cu.: nitidis fundata pecunia villis, well laid out, H.
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    I
    fundare, fundavi, fundatus V
    establish, found, begin; lay the bottom, lay a foundation; confirm
    II
    fundere, fudi, fusus V
    pour, cast (metals); scatter, shed, rout

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  • 16 hauriō

        hauriō hausī, haustus (p. fut. hausūrus, V.), īre    [HAVS-], to draw up, draw out, draw: hausta aqua de puteo: palmis hausta duabus aqua, O.: aquam, H.: de dolio sibi hauriendum putet?— Prov.: tu quidem de faece hauris, i. e. draw from the dregs, i. e. take the worst.—To drain, drink up, spill, shed: totiens haustus crater, O.: spumantem pateram, V.: ad meum sanguinem hauriendum advolaverunt: cruorem, O.: hauriendus aut dandus est sanguis, L.: alveus haurit aquas, draws in, O.: inimicus et hauserit ensis (i. e. their blood), V.— To tear up, pluck out, draw out, take, swallow, devour, consume, exhaust: terra hausta, O.: pectora ferro, O.: huic gladio latus, V.: inguina ictu, L.: latus eius gladio, Cu.: lumen, pluck out, O.: cineres haustos, i. e. scraped up, O.: hausto spargit me pulvere palmis, gathered, O.: sumptum ex aerario, draw: quos (servos) lacus haurit, engulfs, Ta.: ex parvo (acervo) tantundem, etc., H.: suspiratūs, fetching a deep sigh, O.—Fig., to drink in, take eagerly, seize upon, imbibe, exhaust: oculis ignem, feast on, V.: auras, V.: lucem, enjoy the light, V.: dicta auribus, O.: oculis gaudium, L.: Pectore ignes, imbibes, O.: sol orbem Hauserat, i. e. had traversed V.: Cum haurit Corda pavor, exhausts, V.— To draw, borrow, take, drink in, derive: illa ex quo fonte hauriam: eodem fonte haurire laudes suas: (legem) ex naturā ipsā: libertatem sitiens hausit: calamitates: unde laboris Plus haurire est, H.: sine hoc animo hauri, be taken to heart, V.: meram libertatem, revel in, L.: studium philosophiae, Ta.
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    haurire, hausi, haustus V
    draw up/out; drink, swallow, drain, exhaust

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  • 17 inlacrimor

        inlacrimor ātus, ārī, dep.    [1 in+lacrima], to weep over, lament: inlacrimare, H.: cuius morti.
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    inlacrimari, inlacrimatus sum V DEP
    weep over/at (with DAT); shed tears; water (eyes)

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  • 18 in-rigō (irr-)

        in-rigō (irr-) āvī, ātus, āre,    to water, irrigate, flood: Aegyptum Nilus inrigat: Circus Tiberi superfuso inrigatus, overflowed, L.: fontibus hortulos: inrigat culta auro, V.: inrigatus venas nectare, Ph.—To pour out, shed upon, water with: amicos imbrīs, V.—Fig., to diffuse, shed upon: Ascanio per membra quietem, V.—To refresh: fessos sopor inrigat artūs, V.

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  • 19 lacrima

        lacrima (old, lacruma), ae, f     a tear: cito exarescit lacrima: lacrimam dare ignoto, shed a tear for, O.: homini lacrimae cadunt gaudio, he sheds tears of joy, T.: lacrimis oculos suffusa nitentīs, her eyes moistened with tears, V.: neque prae lacrimis iam loqui possum, cannot speak for tears: lacrimas vix tenere, restrain: multis cum lacrimis obsecrare, Cs.: lacrimis opplet os lotum sibi, T.: lacrimas mitte, away with tears, T.: lacrimas profundere: ciere, to cause to flow, V.: lacrimas excussit mihi, forced from me, T.: quis talia fando Temperet a lacrimis, V.: his lacrimis vitam damus, (moved) by this lament, V.—Prov.: hinc illae lacrimae, T.: inde irae et lacrimae, Iu.—A tear, gum-drop (from plants): Narcissi, V., O.
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    tear; exuded gum/sap; bit of lead; quicksilver from ore; weeping (pl.); dirge

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  • 20 lacrimō

        lacrimō (old, lacrumō), āvī, ātus, āre    [lacrima], to shed tears, weep: nequeo quin lacrumem, T.: Quid lacrumas? T.: lacrimans mater, in tears: oculis lacrimantibus: Multa super natā lacrimans, V.— To bewail, lament: Num id lacrumat virgo? T.: Lacrumo quae posthac futurast vita, T.—Of plants, to weep, drop, distil: mille locis lacrimavit ebur, O.: lacrimatae cortice myrrhae, O.
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    lacrimare, lacrimavi, lacrimatus V
    shed tears, weep

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