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aspiciō (ad-sp-) ēxī, ectus, ere

ad + specio, to look at, look upon, behold, look: ilico, T.: potestas aspiciendi: inter sese, one another: Eius formam, T.: eorum forum, L.: nos, V.: alqm in acie, to face, N.: nec servientium litora aspicientes, not in sight of, Ta.: pennas exire per ungues, O.: unde aliqua fori pars aspici potest: quasi eum aspici nefas esset.—To observe, examine, inspect: opus, O.: in Boeotiā res, L. — Of places, to look to, lie toward: terra quae Noricum aspicit, Ta.: Lumen, to see the light, i. e. live: lucem, to be born: lucem, to go abroad. — Fig., to observe, consider, weigh, ponder: qui aspexit, quantum, etc., H.: Aspice, laetentur ut omnia, V.: si quid loquamur, H.: quantas ostentant vires, V.: primordia gentis, O.To regard, respect: eum milites aspiciebant, N.To investigate: legatus ad res aspiciendas, L.

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