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complŭit , ĕre,
I.v. impers. *
I. Neutr., to flow together, in raining: “quā compluebat compluvium (dictum),Varr. L. L. 5, § 161 Müll.—
II. Act., to rain upon; hence, as a pass.: compluor, complutus sum, ŭi, to be rained upon (late Lat.), Aug. Gen. 1, 23; Sol. 10, § 15.
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