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per-tŏno , ŭi, 1, v. n. and
I.a., to thunder violently (late Lat.).—Trop.: “contra aliquem,to thunder away at any one, Hier. Ep. 53, n. 8: “quando vero vox illa pertonuit,id. adv. Helv. 20.—Act., to proclaim aloud, thunder forth, announce: “aliquem,Hier. Ep. 61, ad Pammach. 4: “gloriam alicujus,Ambros. Serm. Fer. 2, Pentec.
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