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fīrmō āvī, ātus, āre

firmus, to make firm, strengthen, fortify, sustain : corpora firmari labore voluerunt: corpora cibo, L.: vestigia, V.— Fig., to fortify, strengthen, secure, confirm, assure, reinforce, make lasting : urbem colonis: locum munitionibus, Cs.: aditūs urbis, V.: aciem subsidiis, L.: vocem: firmatā iam aetate, matured : pacem, L.: pro firmato stare, L.To strengthen in resolution, encourage, animate : animum consilio: nostros, Cs.: plebem provocatione, L.: animum pignore, V.: firmato voltu, with a resolute countenance , Ta.To confirm, establish, show, prove, declare, make certain : fidem, T.: id (crimen) argumentis: foedera (dictis), V.

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