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con-clāmō āvī, ātus, āre,

to cry out together, shout, make acclaim: ad quorum casum gaudio, L.: procul este,’ Conclamat vates, V.: a me conservatam esse rem p.: occasionem amittendam non esse, Cs.: ducendum ad sedes simulacrum, V.: quod Mithridates se velle dixit: laetum paeana, V: uti aliqui proderet, Cs.: conclamantibus omnibus, imperaret quod vellet, Cs.—In phrases, ad arma, to call to arms, signal for an attack: ut ad arma conclamaretur, L.: conclamatum ad arma est, L. — Vasa, to give the signal for packing up, i. e. for decamping (ellipt. for conclamare, ut vasa colligantur): iubet vasa militari more conclamari, Cs.: conclamatis vasis, Cs. — To call for help: socios, O.: duros agrestīs, V.—To call loudly, cry violently, shout, exclaim: Italiam, V.: quid ad se venirent, Cs.: conclamat virgo, cries out, O.—Of the dead, to call repeatedly by name, lament, bewail: suos, L. — Prov.: iam conclamatum est, all is lost, T.

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