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surrender

  • 1 aliēnātiō

        aliēnātiō ōnis, f    [alieno], of property, a transfer, surrender: sacrorum, i. e. a transfer of the sacred rites to another gens.—Fig., a separation, alienation, breach: consulum: patrui, Ta.: amicitiae: tua a me.— Desertion: exercitūs, Cs.
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    transference of ownership, the right to; aversion, dislike; numbness, stupor

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  • 2 con-dōnō

        con-dōnō āvī, ātus, āre,    to give, present, deliver, surrender, abandon: apothecas hominibus: hereditatem alicui, to adjudge. — To remit, acquit of: pecunias creditas debitoribus. — With two accs.: Argentum quod habes, condonamus te, T.: habeo alia multa quae nunc condonabitur, T.—Fig., to give up, render, surrender, deliver up, sacrifice, devote: aliquid dicioni alicuius: huius vitam matris crudelitati: consuli Achaiam: seque vitamque suam rei p., S.: suum dolorem eius voluntati, Cs. — To pardon, remit, overlook, forbear to punish: crimen nobis: uti scelus condonaretur, S.: alterius lubidini male facta, i. e. out of indulgence to, S.: trīs fratres non solum sibi ipsis, sed etiam rei p., i. e. for the sake of: tibi condonatus est ille: filium sibi, L.: Divitiaco fratri (Dumnorigem), Cs.

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  • 3 cōnfiteor

        cōnfiteor fessus, ērī, dep.    [com- + fateor], to acknowledge, confess, own, avow, concede, allow, grant: confitere, T.: confitentem audire alqm: non infitiando confiteri videbantur: Confessas manūs tendens, in surrender, O.: scelus: amorem nutrici, O.: se victos, Cs.: se, reveal, O.: deam, V.: se hostem: hoc de statuis: hoc confiteor iure Mi obtigisse, T.: sese plurimum ei debere, Cs.: largitionem factam esse: O cui debere salutem confiteor, O.—Fig., to reveal, manifest, show: confessa voltibus iram, O.
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    confiteri, confessus sum V DEP
    confess (w/ACC), admit, acknowledge, reveal, disclose; concede, allow; denote

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  • 4 cōnsecrō

        cōnsecrō āvī, ātus, āre    [com- + sacro], to dedicate, devote, offer as sacred, consecrate: agros: locum certis circa terminis, L.: lucos ac nemora, Ta.: Caesaris statuam, Cs.: candelabrum Iovi: Siciliam Cereri: fratribus aras, S.—To honor as a deity, place among gods, deify, glorify: Liberum: beluae numero consecratae deorum: Aeacum divitibus insulis, consign, i. e. immortalize, H. — To doom to destruction, devote, make accursed, execrate: caput eius, qui contra fecerit: tuum caput sanguine hoc, L. — To surrender: esse (se) iam consecratum Miloni, to the vengeance of. — Fig., to devote, attach devotedly, ascribe as sacred: certis quibusdam sententiis quasi consecrati: utilitas (artis) deorum inventioni consecrata: (viros) ad inmortalitatis memoriam. — To make immortal, immortalize: ratio disputandi (Socratis) Platonis memoriā consecrata: amplissimis monumentis memoriam nominis tui.
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    consecrare, consecravi, consecratus V TRANS
    consecrate/dedicate, set apart; hallow, sanctify; deify; curse; vow to a god

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  • 5 dē-cēdō

        dē-cēdō cessī    (inf. dēcēsse, T.), cessus, ere, to go away, depart, withdraw, retire: de alterā parte (agri), Cs.: de praesidio: ex Galliā Romam: e pastu decedere campis, V.: Africā, S.: praesidio, L.: naves suo cursu, i. e. went out of their course, Cs.—To retire, withdraw, retreat, fall back, abandon a position: nisi decedat atque exercitum deducat, Cs.: inde, Cs.: Italiā. — Of a provincial magistrate, to retire, surrender (office): de provinciā decessit: ex Syriā: provinciā: te decessurum fuisse: Romam, S.: Romam ad triumphum, L.—To give place, make way, retire, yield: servo in viā Decesse populum, T.: serae nocti, i. e. at the approach of, V.: calori, to escape from, V.: canibus de viā, avoid: his omnes decedunt, avoid, Cs. —Fig., to depart, disappear, die: de vitā: ex ingratorum hominum conspectu morte, N.: cum pater familiae decessit, Cs.: in paupertate, N.— To depart, go off, abate, subside, cease: febres, N.: nuntiatum est aestum decedere, L.: De summā nihil decedet, be wanting, T.: de causā periculi nihil: quaestioni materia decessit, L.: Decedet iam ira haec, T.: neque Decedit aeratā triremi cura, H.: postquam invidia decesserat, S.—Poet.: sol decedens, setting, V.: lux, tarde decedere visa, O.: decedentia Tempora, passing seasons, H.—To depart from, give up, resign, forego, yield, swerve: de suis bonis: de meo iure: de sententiā: de foro, to retire from public life, N.: de scenā: de officio decessum, L.: iure suo, L.: poema si paulum summo decessit, has fallen short of, H.: cum (senatus) nihil a decretis decesserit.—To depart, deviate: de viā, i. e. from right: instituto suo, L.: fide, L.— To give way, yield: decede peritis, be guided by, H.: ubi non Hymetto Mella decedunt, are not inferior, H.

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  • 6 dēditīcius

        dēditīcius ī, adj.    [deditus], surrendered: qui si dediticius est, S.— Plur m. as subst, prisoners of war, captives: vestri, L.: multitudo dediticiorum, Cs.
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    I
    prisoners of war, captives (the surrendered)
    II
    dediticia, dediticium ADJ
    surrendered; having surrendered; (later civil status); of surrender/capitulation

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  • 7 dēditiō

        dēditiō ōnis, f    [dedo], a giving up, surrender, capitulation: de deditione agere, Cs.: omnīs in deditionem accepit, Cs.: Cretensibus spem deditionis adimere: ad deditionem inpellere, S.: deditionis condicio, Cs.: in deditionem venire, to surrender, Cs.: omissā deditione, S.: ad Romanos, L.: eorum deditionem vivorum hosti facere, L.: deditiones cohortium, Ta.: sui, Cu.
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    surrender (of combatants/town/possessions); cession of right/title

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  • 8 dē-dō

        dē-dō didī, ditus, ere,    to give away, give up, surrender, deliver, consign, yield, abandon, render: Ancillas, T.: te in pistrinum, T.: aliquem hostibus in cruciatum, Cs.: servum ad supplicium: neci, V.: mihi iuvencum iratae, H.—In war, to deliver up, surrender: illas res dedier mihi exposco, L. (old form.): legati ad dedendas res missi, L.: se suaque omnia Caesari, Cs.: se in arbitrium populi R., L.: sese sine fraude, Cs.—Fig., to give up, yield, devote, dedicate, surrender, consign, abandon, apply: Davo istuc negoti, T.: aurīs suas poetis: animum sacris, L.: se penitus musicis: se amicitiae eorum, Cs.: se totos libidinibus: dede neci, V.—P. perf., in the phrase, deditā operā, purposely, on purpose, designedly, intentionally: Quasi deditā operā domi erant, T.: has ad te litteras misi: deditā operā propulsa pecora, L.: operā deditā: facere.

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  • 9

        (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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  • 10 ē-mancipō or ēmancupō

        ē-mancipō or ēmancupō āvī, ātus, āre,    to put out of the paternal authority, declare free, emancipate: filium, L.: filium in adoptionem.— To give up, surrender, abandon: (senectus) si nemini emancipata est: emancipatus feminae, H.

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  • 11 ex-pōscō

        ex-pōscō popōscī, —, ere,    to ask earnestly, beg, request, entreat, implore: quam (misericordiam): signum proeli, Cs.: pacem precibus, L.: pacem Teucris (dat.), V.: alqd deos, L.: Aenean acciri, V.: audire labores, V.: precibus plebem, sibi civem donarent, L.—To demand, require the surrender of, claim (as a prisoner, or for punishment): ad exposcendos eos missi, L.: ab Atheniensibus exposci publice, N.: alqm ad poenam, Ta.

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  • 12 grātificor

        grātificor ātus, ārī, dep.    [gratus+2 FAC-], to do a favor, oblige, gratify, please: mihi gestu: Romanis, court the favor of, L.: populo potestas honeste bonis gratificandi: qui gratificantur cuiquam quod obsit illi, do as a favor: odiis Seiani Ta.— To give up, surrender, yield, sacrifice, concede: populo et aliena et sua: potentiae paucorum libertatem suam, S.: quod populi sit, L.
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    gratificari, gratificatus sum V DEP
    oblige, gratify, humor, show kindness to; bestow, make a present of

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  • 13 mancipō (mancupō)

       mancipō (mancupō) āvī, ātus, āre    [manceps], to make over by a formal sale, dispose of, transfer, alienate, sell: Quaedam mancipat usus, gives title to, H.: si nemini mancipata est (senectus), i. e. enslaved.—Fig., to surrender, abandon: luxu et saginae mancipatus, Ta.

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  • 14 permissiō

        permissiō ōnis, f    [permitto], a yielding, surrender at discretion: extra civium corpora, L.— Leave, permission: mea permissio mansionis tuae.
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    yielding (to another); permission

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  • 15 per-mittō

        per-mittō mīsī, missus, ere,    to let pass, let go, let loose: equos in hostem, i. e. ride at full speed, L.—To let go, reach with, cast, hurl: saxum in hostem, O.—Fig., to let loose, let go: tribunatum, exercise without reserve, L.—To give up, hand over, yield, leave, intrust, surrender, commit: qui et amico permiserit, et, etc., intrusted (the matter): Bona nostra tibi, T.: ea potestas magistratui permittitur, S.: ei negotium: summa ei belli administrandi permittitur, Cs.: neque enim liberum id vobis permittit, gives you your choice, L.: His mundi fabricator habendum Permisit Aëra, O.: se suaque omnia in fidem populi R., surrender, Cs.—To give leave, let, allow, suffer, grant, permit: eius iudicio omnia, T.: neque discessisset a me, nisi ego ei permisissem: cetera, ita agant, permittit, S.: quis Antonio permisit, ut, etc.: huic consuli permissum, ut scriberet, etc., L.: permisso, ut, etc., L.: Nil non permittit mulier sibi, dares, Iu.: aliquid iracundiae tuae, make allowance for.

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  • 16 pōnō

        pōnō posuī (posīvērunt, C.), positus, ere    [for * posino; old praep. port- (pro) + sino], to put down, set down, put, place, set, fix, lay, deposit: tabulas in aerario, Cs.: castra iniquo loco, pitch, Cs.: tabulas in publico, deposit: collum in Pulvere, H.: in possessionem libertatis pedem ponimus: in Prytaneum vasa aurea, L.: omnia pone feros in ignes, O.: ubi pedem poneret habere, might set his foot: posito genu, kneeling, O.: num genu posuit? Cu.: ova, O.: fetum, give birth to, Ph.—Of troops and guards, to place, post, set, station, fix: praesidium ibi, Cs.: insidias contra Pompei dignitatem: Dumnorigi custodes, ut, etc., Cs.— To set up, erect, build: opus, O.: urbem, V.: castella, Ta.: aras, V.: tropaeum, N.— To form, fashion, mould, depict: duo pocula fecit... Orphaeque in medio posuit, V.: nunc hominem nunc deum, H.—Of plants, to set, set out, plant: ordine vites, V.: nefasto (arborem) die, H.—Of wagers or prizes, to offer, propose, promise, lay, stake, wager: pocula fagina, V.: praemium proposuerunt, si quis nomen detulisset, L.— To put out at interest, loan, invest: pecuniam in praedio: dives positis in faenore nummis, H.— To serve, serve up, set forth: posito pavone, H.: positi Bacchi cornua, O.: Da Trebio, pone ad Trebium, Iu.— To lay aside, take off, put down, lay down: veste positā: velamina de corpore, O.: librum: arma, i. e. surrender, Cs.: Nepesinis inde edictum ut arma ponant, L.: positis armis, L.— To lay out, arrange for burial: toro Mortua componar, O.: positum adfati corpus, V.— To lay in the grave, bury, inter: te... patriā decedens ponere terrā, V.: quā positis iusta feruntur avis, O.— To arrange, deck, set in order: suas in statione comas, O.— To subdue, calm, allay, quiet: quo non arbiter Hadriae Maior, tollere seu ponere volt freta, H.—Of winds, to fall, abate: Cum venti posuere, V.—Of an anchor, to cast, fix: ancoris positis, L.—Fig., to set, place, put, lay, bring: pone ante oculos laetitiam senatūs: se in gratiā reconciliatae pacis, L.: in laude positus: illa in conspectu animi: cum in mentem venit, ponor ad scribendum, my name is added to the record.—To put, place, cause to rest: credibile non est, quantum ego in prudentiā tuā ponam, count upon: spem salutis in virtute, Cs.: in te positum est, ut, etc., rests with you.—To lay out, spend, employ, occupy, consume: tempus in cogitatione: diem totum in considerandā causā: totos nos in rebus perspiciendis: itinera ita facit, ut multos dies in oppidum ponat.— To put, place, count, reckon, consider, regard: mortem in malis: inter quos me ipse dubiā in re poni malim, L.: Hoc metuere, alterum in metu non ponere, regard with fear, Poët. ap. C.: ut in dubio poneret, utrum, etc., regarded as doubtful, L.: haec in magno discrimine, attach great importance to, L.: in vitiis poni, be regarded as a fault, N.— To appoint, ordain, make: leges: sunt enim rebus novis nova ponenda nomina, to be applied: Laurentisque ab eā (lauro) nomen colonis, V.: tibi nomen Insano, H.—Of vows or votive offerings, to make, render, pay, consecrate: Veneris (tabellas) in aede, O.: hic funalia, H.: ex praedā tripodem aureum Delphis, N.— To lay down as true, state, posit, fix, assume, assert, maintain, allege: ut paulo ante posui, si, etc.: Verum pono, esse victum eum; at, etc., T.: positum sit igitur in primis, etc.: hoc posito, esse quandam, etc., agreed: id pro certo, L.: rem ipsam.— To cite, set forth, refer to: eorum exempla.— To set forth, represent, describe: Tigellinum, Iu.— To propose, offer, fix upon, set forth: mihi nunc vos quaestiunculam ponitis?: ponere iubebam, de quo quis audire vellet: doctorum consuetudo ut iis ponatur, de quo disputent.— To put away, leave off, dismiss, forego, lay down, surrender: vitia: curas, L.: moras, H.: corda ferocia, V.: ponendus est ille ambitus (verborum), non abiciendus, i. e. to be closed without abruptness.
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    ponere, posivi, - V
    put, place, set; station; (archaic form of perf. of pono)
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    ponere, posui, positus V
    put, place, set; station

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  • 17 praebeō

        praebeō uī, itus, ēre    [prae+habeo], to hold forth, reach out, proffer, offer, tender: os ad contumeliam, submit to open insult, L.: eis os tuum: collum cultris, Iu.: aurīs adulescentium conviciis, give ear, L.— To give, grant, furnish, supply: panem, N.: spectaculum, S.: sponsalia: Luna praebebat lumen eunti, O.— To give up, yield, expose, surrender, offer: se tertiam victimam rei p.: vos telis hostium, L.: Cyrum vertenti fortunae, L.: se praebentem destringere Cygnum, O.— To give, furnish, render, show, exhibit, represent: aetati lubricae exempla nequitiae. speciem pugnantium, Cs.: materiam seditionis, L.: Ciceroni in periculis fidem, N.: Phormio in hac re strenuom hominem praebuit (i. e. se), T.: in re misericordem se: in eos me severum praebeo.— To excite, cause, occasion, arouse: suspicionem insidiarum, N.: praebet errorem, quod, etc., L.: opinionem timoris, Cs.: ludos, furnish sport, T.— To permit, allow, suffer: Quae totiens rapta est, praebuit ipsa rapi, O.
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    praebere, praebui, praebitus V TRANS
    present/show/put forward; offer; expose physically oneself; expose/submit/allow; make available, supply, provide; be the cause, occasion, produce; render

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  • 18 prō-dō

        prō-dō didī, ditus, ere,    to put forth, exhibit, reveal: Medusae squalentia ora, O.—To bring forth, produce, propagate: genus alto a sanguine Teucri, V.: Quae dies ut cesset prodere furem, Iu.—To put forth, relate, report, record, hand down, transmit: ea, quae scriptores prodiderunt: Thucydides ossa eius esse sepulta memoriae prodidit, has recorded, N.: quos natos in insulā ipsā memoriā proditum dicunt, that there is a tradition, Cs.: ius imaginis ad memoriam posteritatemque prodendae.—To proclaim, appoint, elect, create: quem produnt patres consulum rogandorum ergo: flaminem.—To reveal, make known, disclose, discover, betray: cum decretum proditur, lex veri rectique proditur: is me deseruit ac prodidit: classem praedonibus: hosti rem p., S.: crimen voltu, O.: arcanum, Iu.: Gaudia prodentem voltum celare, H.— To give up, surrender, abandon: anui prodita abs te filiast, T.: suam vitam, T.: ad improvidam pugnam legiones, expose, L.—Fig., to set forth, give display: perniciosum exemplum: prodendi exempli causā, of setting an example, L.—To extend, protract: aliquot nuptiis dies, i. e. delay the wedding a few days, T.

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  • 19 red-dō

        red-dō didī, ditus, ere.    I. To give back, return, restore: scripsit ad te, ut redderes: alqd tibi, T.: Accipe quod numquam reddas mihi, H.: si quid ab omnibus conceditur, id reddo ac remitto, I give it back and renounce it: vobis amissa, L.: obsides, Cs.: follibus auras Accipiunt redduntque, take in and expel, V.: mulieri hereditatem: Redditus Cyri solio Phraates, H.: oculis nostris, V.: non reddere (beneficium) viro bono non licet: se convivio, return, L.: se catenis, H.: Teucrūm se reddat in arma, exposes, V.: Sic modo conbibitur, modo... Redditur ingens Erasinus, is swallowed up... reappears, O.: (Daedalus) Redditus his terris, on his return, V.—To utter in response, make in answer: veras audire et reddere voces, return, V.: Aeneas contra cui talia reddit, answered, V.: responsum, L.—To render, translate, interpret: quae legeram Graece, Latine reddere: verbum pro verbo: verbum verbo, H.—To render, represent, imitate, express, resemble: faciem locorum, O.: et qui te nomine reddet Silvius Aeneas, i. e. shall bear your name, V.—To make to be, cause to appear, render, make: quam (civitatem) ille inlustrem reddidit: itinera infesta, Cs.: Quem insignem reddidit arte, V.: obscuraque moto Reddita forma lacu est, made indistinct, O.: omnīs Catillinas Acidinos postea reddidit, made patriots in comparison: dictum ac factum reddidi, i. e. no sooner said than done, T.: hic reddes omnia ei consilia incerta ut sient, T.: fasciculum sibi aquā madidum r<*>itum esse.—To pay back, revenge, requite, p<*>sh, take satisfaction for: per eum stare quo minus accepta ad Cannas redderetur hosti clades, L.: reddidit hosti cladem, L.    II. To give up, hand over, deliver, impart, assign, yield, render, give, grant, bestow, surrender, relinquish, resign: mihi epistulam: litteris a Caesare consulibus redditis, Cs.: ut primi Salio reddantur honores, V.: reddita gratia (i. e. relata), S.: reddunt ova columbae, Iu.: obligatam Iovi dapem, H.: mors pro patriā reddita: morbo naturae debitum, i. e. to die by disease, N.: hanc animam vacuas in auras, O.: caute vota reddunto, pay: fumantia exta, V.: gravīs poenas, i. e. suffer, S.: reddi viro promissa iubebant, to be awarded, V.: rationem, render an account: animam a pulmonibus reddere, exhale: sonum, give forth, H.: vox reddita, uttered, V: catulum partu, O.: Fructum, quem reddunt praedia, produce, T.: Una superstitio, superis quae reddita divis, which belongs to the gods, V.: tunicam servo, Iu.: neque his petentibus ius redditur, is granted, Cs.: quod reliquum vitae virium, id ferro potissimum reddere volebant, sacrifice: Thermitanis urbem, agros, i. e. leave unforfeited: (civitati) iura legesque, home-rule, Cs.: tribus populis suae leges redditae, independence was recognized, L.: conubia, to grant, L.: Peccatis veniam, H.: Nomina facto vera, call by the right name, O.: magistratūs adi, Iudicium ut reddant tibi, grant you a trial, T.: iudicia in privatos reddebat, assumed jurisdiction in civil actions, Cs.: ius, to give judgment, Ta.—To repeat, report, narrate, recite, rehearse: ea sine scripto verbis eisdem: sive paribus paria (verba) redduntur, sive opponuntur contraria: dictata, rehearse, H.: carmen, recite, H.: causam, O.

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  • 20 sub-mittō (summ-)

        sub-mittō (summ-) mīsī, missus, ere,    to let down, put down, lower, sink, drop: se ad pedes, L.: latus in herbā, O.: poplitem in terrā, O.—Of animals, to keep for breeding, cause to breed: (pullos) in spem gentis, V.: vitulos pecori habendo, V.— To let grow: crinem barbamque, Ta.—To breed, produce: non Monstrum submisere Colchi Maius, H.—To provide a substitute for, supersede: huic vos non summittetis?—To send privately, despatch secretly: iste ad pupillae matrem summittebat, sent a secret message: alqm, qui moneret, etc.—To send as aid, furnish for support, supply as reinforcement, help with, yield: cohortes equitibus praesidio, Cs.: laborantibus, Cs.: Vinea summittit capreas non semper edules, H.—Fig., to lower, make lower, reduce, moderate: multum summittere, to moderate the voice (of an actor): furorem, control, V.—To lower, let down, bring down, humble, yield, surrender: se in amicitiā, condescend: se in humilitatem causam dicentium, stoop, L.: facilitas summittentis se, readiness to subordinate himself, L.: ad calamitates animos, bow, L.: animos amori, surrender, V.: se culpae, O.

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