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glomerō āvī, ātus, āre

glomus, to wind into a ball, gather up, roll together, collect : lanam in orbes, O.: terram speciem in orbis, O.: grando glomerata, L.: equitem docuere gressūs glomerare, superbos, i. e. make the horse prance , V.To gather together, make a knot of, collect, crowd, assemble : agmina fugā, V.: apes glomerantur in orbem, V.To make by gathering, collect, make up, produce : manum bello, V.: tempestatem, V.: noctem, V.— Fig., to roll up, gather, accumulate : Omnia fixa tuus glomerans determinat annus, C. poët.

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