[*] 362. The Dative of the Indirect Object with the Accusative of the Direct may be used with any transitive verb whose meaning allows (see § 274):—
- dō tibi librum, I give you a book.
- illud tibi affīrmō; (Fam. 1.7.5), this I assure you.
- commendō tibi êius omnia negōtia (id. 1.3), I put all his affairs in your hands (commit them to you).
- dabis profectō misericordiae quod īrācundiae negāvistī; (Deiot. 40), you will surely grant to mercy what you refused to wrath.
- “litterās ā tē mihi stator tuus reddidit ” (Fam. 2.17) , your messenger delivered to me a letter from you.
- mihi id aurum crēdidit (cf. Plaut. Aul. 15), he trusted that gold to me.
- “ equō nē crēdite ” (Aen. 2.48) , put not your trust in the horse.
- “concessit senātus postulātiōnī tuae ” (Mur. 47) , the senate yielded to your demand.
- “concēdere amīcīs quidquid velint ” (Lael. 38) , to grant to friends all they may wish.