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vĕgĕto , āvi, ātum, 1, v. a. vegetus,
I.to arouse, enliven, quicken, animate, invigorate (post-class.): spiritus, qui animalia omnia vitali et fecundā ope vegetat, App. de Mundo, p. 61, 36; id. M. 11, p. 257; id. Ascl. 92, 37: “structum Adam (anima),Prud. Ham. 448; id. Cath. 10, 7: “anima carnem vegetat,Vulg. Gen. 9, 15: “gaudia non illum vegetent,Aus. Ep. 25, 64: “memoriae vegetandae gratia,Gell. 17, 2, 1.
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