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  • gĕmo: ŭi, ĭtum, 3, v. n. and I a. [Gr. γέμω, to be full; hence. I Neutr., to sigh, groan.    A Lit. (freq. and class.): accurrit ad me Incurvus, tremulus
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  • γέμω (redirect from gémō)
    πεπληρωμένος μέ τι, ἰτρίοισι, πέμμασι Ἄρχιππ. Ἡρ. γαμ. 4, Ἀντιφ. Ὁμ. 1. (Πρβλ. Λατ. gemo· παρομοία σχέσις ἐννοιῶν ἀπαντᾷ ἐν τοῖς στένομαι, στένω). seul. prés. et
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  • gĕmĭtus: ūs (archaic I gen. sing. gemiti, Plaut. Aul. 4, 9, 11), m. gemo, a sighing, a sigh, a groan, a lamentation, complaint (syn.: planctus, plangor
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  • γέμος (redirect from gémos)
    diacritics: γέμος Capitals: ΓΕΜΟΣ Transliteration A: gémos Transliteration B: gemos Transliteration C: gemos Beta Code: ge/mos
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  • Transliteration B: hēgemoneia Transliteration C: igemoneia Beta Code: h(gemo/neia
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  • A: gemóō Transliteration B: gemoō Transliteration C: gemoo Beta Code: gemo/w
    374 bytes (21 words) - 20:56, 29 December 2020
  • hēgemónē Transliteration B: hēgemonē Transliteration C: igemoni Beta Code: h(gemo/nh
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  • Transliteration B: hēgemoneuma Transliteration C: igemonevma Beta Code: h(gemo/neuma
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  • στείνομαι, περιστένομαι (σύγκρινον τὸ γέμω πρὸς τὸ Λατ. gemo)· πρβλ. Σανσκρ. stan, stan-âmi (sono, gemo)· Ἀρχ. Σκανδιν. styn-ja, styn (Γερμ. stöhn-en)· Ἀρχ
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  • Transliteration B: hēgemonios Transliteration C: igemonios Beta Code: h(gemo/nios
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  • Gĕmōnĭae: scalae, or (more freq.) I absol., Gemoniae, ārum, f. gemo, cf. "The Bridge of Sighs", steps on the Aventine Hill leading to the Tiber, to which
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  • Transliteration B: hēgemosyna Transliteration C: igemosyna Beta Code: h(gemo/suna
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  • in-gĕmo: ŭi, 3, v. a. and n., I to groan or sigh over a thing; to mourn over, lament, bewail. I Act.: alicujus interitum, Verg. E. 5, 27: caesos ingemunt
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  • hagemónē Transliteration B: hagemonē Transliteration C: agemoni Beta Code: a(gemo/nh
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  • Wiktionary LA | Wikipedia EN | Wikipedia LA | Google Translator | LSJ ag-gemo (ad-gemo), ere, dazu (mit ihm) seufzen, klagen, Ov. fast. 5, 400: m. Dat., Ov
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  • Wikipedia LA | Google Translator | LSJ gĕmŭlus, a, um (gemo), plaintif : Apul. Flor. 13. gemulus, a, um (gemo), seufzend, Apul. flor. 13. * Look up in: Navigium
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  • Google Translator | LSJ gĕmīscō, ĕre (gemo), intr., gémir : Claud. Pros. 3, 130. gemīsco, ere (Inch. v. gemo), anfangen zu seufzen, Claud. rapt. Pros
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  • gĕmĭbĭlis, e (gemo), déplorable : Hier. Ezech. 2, 5, 15.
    88 bytes (9 words) - 06:54, 14 August 2017
  • gĕmŭī, parf. de gemo.
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  • tardĭgĕmŭlus: (tardĭng-), a, um, adj. tardus-gemo, I slow-moaning: tardingemulo senio oppressus, Laev. ap. Gell. 19, 7, 3: tardigenulo, i. e. tardigrado
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