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ab-errō āvī, —, āre,

to wander out of the way, lose the way, go astray: taurus, qui pecore aberrasset, L.—Fig., in word or deed, to go astray, wander: sed tamen aberro, find diversion; (usu. with ab, to miss): a proposito: num aberret a coniecturā opinio, varies from a reasonable guess.—To wander in thought, turn away: animus aberrat a sententiā suspensus curis maioribus: a miseriā.

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