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volgō or vulgō āvī, ātus, āre

volgus, to spread among the multitude, make general, make common, put forth: contagium in alios, Cu.: rem, i. e. to let all share in, L.: volgari cum privatis, i. e. to lower himself to the level of, L.To spread abroad, publish, divulge, circulate, report: non quod ego volgari facinus per omnes velim, L.: verbis dolorem, V.: alia volgata miracula erant, L.To make common, mingle, confound, prostitute: ut volgentur concubitūs plebis patrumque, L.: volgato corpore, L.

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