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piget guit and pigitum est, ēre, impers.

PI-, PIG-, it irks, pains, chagrins, afflicts, grieves, disgusts : oratione multitudo inducitur ad pigendum: tui me miseret, mei piget, Enn. ap. C.: fratris me, T.: dum me civitatis morum, S.: Neu conversa domum pigeat dare lintea, do not hesitate , H.: longos castrorum ferre dolores si piget. Iu.It causes to repent, makes sorry : facere quod nos post pigeat, T.: illa me composuisse piget, I repent , O.: pigenda verba, Pr.— It makes ashamed, puts to shame : fateri pigebat, non esse, etc., they were ashamed to own , L.

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