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sentīno , āre, v. n. sentina.
I. Lit., to bail or pump out the bilge-water from a ship (late Lat.), Paul. Nol. Ep. 36 init.; Aug. Homil. 42.—*
II. Trop., to be in difficulty or danger: “sentinare, satagere, dictum a sentinā, quia multum aquae navis cum recipit periclitatur,Fest. p. 339 Müll.; Caecil. ib.
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