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bibō bibī, —, ere

BI-, to drink: vinum, T.: mella diluta, H.: lac, to suck, O.: gemmā, from a jewelled cup, V.: caelato (sc. poculo), Iu.: Quod iussi ei dari bibere, to be given her to drink, T.: ut bibere sibi iuberet dari, L.: Iovi bibere ministrare: sitis exstincta bibendo, O.: ab tertiā horā bibebatur: Graeco more (i. e. propinando): Xanthum, i. e. water from, V.: Caecubam uvam (i. e. vinum), H.—Prov.: aut bibat aut abeat (at a feast). —With the name of a river, to visit, reach, frequent, dwell in the region of: si Hebrum bibamus, V.: Ararim Parthus bibet, i. e. the Parthians will come to Germany, V.: Extremum Tanain si biberes, Lyce, H. — Bibere aquas, i. e. to be drowned, O. — Meton., to take in, absorb, imbibe: sat prata biberunt, have been watered, V.: (terra) bibit umorem, absorbs moisture, V.: Amphora fumum bibere instituta, H.—Of the rainbow: bibit ingens arcus, V. — Fig., to receive, take in, drink in: longum amorem, V.: Pugnas bibit aure, H.: animo sanguinem, thirst for: Hasta bibit cruorem, drew, V.

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