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re-sonō āvī, —, āre,

to sound again, resound, ring, re-echo: in vocibus . . . quiddam resonat urbanius: theatrum naturā ita resonans, ut, etc.: Umbrae cum resonarent triste, H.: resonabat Telorum custos (i. e. pharetra), O.: ut solent pleni resonare camini, roar, O.: undique magno domus strepitu, H.: spectacula plausu, O.: resonant avibus virgulta canoris, V.: testudo septem nervis, H.: qui (cornus) ad nervos resonant in cantibus: Suave locus voci resonat conclusus, echoes to the voice, H.: gloria virtuti resonat tamquam imago, answers like an echo.—To cause to resound: lucos cantu, V.: (sonus) in fidibus testudine resonatur, an echo is produced.—To repeat, re-echo, resound with: Litoraque alcyonen resonant, V.: Formosam resonare doces Amaryllida silvas, V.

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