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saeviō iī, ītus, īre

saevus.—Of animals, to be fierce, be furious, rage, rave : rabieque fameque, O.: anguis, V.: panthera, Ph.: aper in pecudes, O.: in praesepibus ursi, V.—Of persons, to rage, rave, be furious, be violent, be passionate : ne saevi, magna sacerdos, V.: saevire Fortuna ac miscere omnia coepit, S.: saeviens turba, L.: animis, V.: pater Saevit, quod, etc., H.: in tergum et in cervices, L.: in coniuges ac liberos, Ta.: Qui mihi nunc saevit, O.: manus impia saevit Romanum exstinguere nomen, O.: constat Troiā captā in ceteros saevitum esse, L.: in libros quoque eorum saevitum, Ta.—Of things, to be furious, rage : Dum saeviat pontus, H.: mare ventis, S.: ventus, Cs.: venenum in praecordiis, H.: gula, Iu.: Saevit amor ferri, V.: in quem mea saeviat ira, O.

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