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in-tonō uī, ātus, āre,

to thunder: Intonat (Iuppiter), O.: pater ter intonuit, V.: intonuit laevum, V.: Eois intonata fluctibus hiemps, fallen in thunder upon, H.—To resound, rattle: clipeum super intonat ingens, V.—Fig., to cry out vehemently, thunder forth: intonuit vox tribuni: intonet horrendum, Iu.: silvae intonuere, V.: cum haec intonuisset plenus irae, L.: minas, O.

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