Current results for occurrence #1 of effundam in Latin Vulgate, entry effundo:

MeaningVotes
I. to pour out, pour forth, shed...
I. Lit.: vinum in barathrum (i. e. ventrem), Plaut. ...
B. Transf., of non-liquid bodies.
1. In gen., to pour out, pour forth, <...
2. In partic.
a. With se, or mid. of persons, to pour ou...
b. With the accessory notion of producing, to bri...
c. Of property, to pour out, i. e. to lavi...
II. Trop.
A. In gen.: effudi vobis omnia, quae sentiebam, i. e...
B. In partic. (acc. to I. B. 2. a. and c.).
1. With se, or mid., to give one's self up...
2. To cast away, give up, let go
3. To relax, loosen, slacken, <...
I. (Effundo, I. B. 1.) Poured out, cast ou...
II. (Effundo, I. B. 2.) Spread out, extensi...
1. In gen.: effusumque corpus, Lucr. 3, 113; cf.: la...
2. Esp., relaxed, slackened, loosen...
3. Of soldiers or a throng of people, etc., strag...
III. Trop.
1. Profuse, prodigal, lavish: q...
2. Extravagant, immoderate: licentia, ...
1. (Acc. to I.) Far spread, far and wide
a. In gen.: ire, Sall. J. 105, 3; cf. fugere, Liv. 3...
b. Esp., profusely, lavishly: large ef...
2. (Acc. to II.) Extravagantly, immoderate...
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