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appellō (adp-) āvī

perf. subj. appellāssis for appellāveris, T.), ātus, āre, to address, speak to, apply to, accost: patrem, T.: virum, O.: milites alius alium laeti appellant, S.: a Viridomaro appellatus, Cs.: ne appellato quidem eo, without speaking to him, Ta.: nomine sponsum, L.: hominem verbo graviore: crebris nos litteris, write to often: legatos superbius: centuriones nominatim, Cs. — To call upon, apply to, entreat, request, beg, advise: vos: qui deus appellandus est?: quem appellet, habebat neminem: quos appellem? S.: de proditione alqm, approach, tamper with, L.: appellatus est a Flavio, ut ... vellet, N.—In law, to call upon, appeal to: a praetore tribunos: regem, L.: praetor appellatur: de aestimatione appellare, Cs.—To make a demand upon, dun, press: me ut sponsorem: appellatus es de pecuniā: mercedem, claim, Iu.—To sue, complain of, accuse, summon: ne alii plectantur, alii ne appellentur quidem. — To call by name, term, name, entitle: me istoc nomine, T.: multi appellandi, called by name: alquos hoc loco, mention: te patrem, T.: unum te sapientem: quem nautae adpellant Lichan, O.: victorem Achaten, V.: id ab re interregnum appellatum, L.: rex ab suis appellatur, Cs.: appellata est ex viro virtus.—To utter, pronounce: nomen: litteras.

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