Current results for occurrence #1 of cecinimus in Latin Vulgate, entry cano:

MeaningVotes
I. imp. cante = canite, Carm. Sal. ap. Varr. L...
I. Neutr., to utter melodious notes, <...
A. Of men: si absurde canat, Cic. Tusc. 2, 4, 12; Pl...
2. Of the faulty delivery of an orator, to speak ...
B. Of animals (usu. of birds, but also of frogs), Va...
C. Transf., of the instruments by which, or (poet.) ...
II. Act., to make something or some ...
A. With carmen, cantilenam, versus, verba, etc., ...
2. Prov.
a. Carmen intus canere, to sing for one's ...
b. Cantilenam eandem canis, like the Gr. to\ au)to\ ...
B. With definite objects.
a. In gen., to sing, to cause to resound
b. With pers. objects (poet. and in post-Aug. prose)...
C. Since the responses of oracles were given in vers...
a. In poetry: Sibylla, Abdita quae senis fata canit ...
b. In prose: ut haec quae nunc fiunt, canere di inmo...
III. In milit. lang., t. t., both act. and n...
A. Act.: bellicum (lit. and trop.) canere, v....
B. Neutr.: priusquam signa canerent, Liv. 1, ...
2. Receptui canere, to sound a retreat: Hasdr...
b. Trop.: revocante et receptui canente senatu, Cic....
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