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voveō vōvī, vōtus, ēre,

to vow, promise solemnly, engage religiously, pledge, devote, dedicate, consecrate: Herculi decumam: pro salute patriae sua capita: tibi hinc decimam partem praedae, L.: Dona quae femina voverat, O.: vovisse dicitur, uvam se deo daturum: se immolaturos vovere, Cs.: dictator ludos magnos vovit Veiis captis se facturum, L.: ludi voti, L.: Tyrrheno vindemia regi (Mezentio), i. e. solemnly promised, O.—To wish, desire, wish for: Elige, quid voveas, O.: Quid voveat dulci nutricula maius alumno? H.: Ut tua sim voveo, O.

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