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ob-sŏpĭo , īvi, or ĭi, ītum, 4,
I.v. a., to put or lull to sleep (post-class.): “a somni tempore prohibere, ne obsopiantur,Scrib. Comp. 180: “somno obsopitus,fallen asleep, Sol. 12: “odoris novitate obsopitus,made faint, stupefied, id. ib.
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