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flōreō uī, —, ēre

flos, to bloom, blossom, flower : haec arbor ter floret: imputata floret usque vinea, H.: narcisso floreat alnus, V.: si bene floreat annus, O.To froth : Vina in cellis Florent, O.To be filled, abound : multis Hybla thymis, O.: autumno Floret ager, is splendid , V.—Fig., to flourish, be prosperous, be in good repute, be eminent, be distinguished : in Graeciā musici floruerunt: (magna Graecia) nunc quidem deleta est, tunc florebat: gloria generis floret: iuvenum ritu florent modo nata (verba) vigentque, H.: suā patriā multis virtutibus floruit princeps: acumine ingeni: quae (familia) viris fortissimis floruit: in re militari Epaminondas, N.: vir in re p.

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