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-mando , āvi, ātum, 1,
I.v. a., to give in charge, to intrust, commit, commend (not ante-Aug.; cf., on the contrary, commendo; most freq. in Suet.; “not found in Quint. or Tac.): simul plures pueri unius (sc. paedagogi) curae demandabantur,Liv. 5, 27: “amicam alicui,Suet. Oth. 3: “aliquem mergendum mari servis ipsius,id. Ner. 35: “testamentum virgini Vestali,id. Caes. 83: “curam sauciorum militum legatis tribunisque,Liv. 8, 36: “funeris sui curam alicui,Suet. Tib. 51: “bellum,id. Aug. 10: “in proximam civitatem demandari,to be sent there for safety, id. Calig. 9; cf. “conjuges liberosque abditis insulis,Just. 2, 12, 6.
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