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volnerō (vuln-) āvī, ātus, āre

volnus, to wound, hurt, injure, maim: neu quis quem prius volneret, quam illum interfectum viderit, Cs.: plerosque iacula volnerabant, S.: volneratus ferro Phrygio?: (aper) Vulnerat armentum, O.To damage, injure: Romanorum naves sunt volneratae aliquot, L.—Fig., to wound, hurt, injure, pain, harm: eos voce: virorum hoc animos volnerare posset, L.: gravior ne nuntius aurīs Volneret, V.: fortunae vulneror ictu, O.

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