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con-dŏlĕo , ēre,
I.v. n., to feel severe pain, to suffer greatly (eccl. Lat.).
I. Universum corpus, Tert. Poen. 10.—
B. Trop.: “animo,Hier. Ep. 112, n. 12.—
II. To suffer with another, to feel another's pain; with dat.: qui non condolent proximis suis, sed potius eos irrident, Aug. in Job, 19, 13; Vulg. Ecclus. 37, 5; ib. Heb. 5, 2.
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