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effluō (ecf-) fluxī, —, ere

ex + fluo, to flow out, flow forth, run out : cum sanguine vita: ne quā levis effluat aura, escape , O.: Effluxere urnae manibus, slipped from , O.—Fig., to transpire, become known : Utrumque hoc falsum est; effluet, T.: effluunt multa ex vestrā disciplinā.— To drop out, pass away, disappear, vanish : ex iis (intimis), be excluded : ex animo tuo, to be forgotten : quod totum effluxerat (sc. ex memoriā meā.

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