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egeō uī, —, ēre

EG-, to be needy, be in want, be poor, need, want, lack, have need : egebat? immo locuples erat: Semper avarus eget, H.: omnibus rebus, Cs.: medicinā: auxilio, S.: auspicia non egent interpretatione: auxili, Cs.: audaciae, S.: sum classis egeret (Aeneas), V.: si quid monitoris eges tu, H.: tantuli quanto est opus, H.To be without, be destitute of, not to have : quibus (rebus) nos suppeditamur, eget ille, senatu, etc.: auctoritate semper eguit.

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