Current results for occurrence #1 of purgabit in Latin Vulgate, entry purgo:

MeaningVotes
I. to make clean or pure, to clean
I. Lit.: oleam a foliis et stercore purgato, Cato, R...
2. In partic., in medic. lang., to cleanse by sto...
183
B. Transf.
1. To make even by clearing away, to level...
152
2. To clear away, remove: rudera, Suet...
183
b. In partic., in medicine, to remove or e...
II. Trop., to cleanse, purify (syn. lus...
A. In gen.: pectora, Lucr. 6, 24: urbem, Cic. Cat. 1...
B. To clear away, remove: metum dolori...
C. In partic.
1. To clear from accusation, to excuse...
152
2. To cleanse or purge from a crime or...
183
A. Cleansed, purified, pure (po...
B. Excused, exculpated: ita fiducia qu...
C. Pure, freed from sin (eccl. Lat.): ...
Total: 467

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