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faveō fāvī, fautūrus, ēre

FAV-, to be favorable, be well disposed, be inclined towards, favor, promote, befriend, countenance, protect : illi virgini, like , T.: Helvetiis, Cs.: favisse me tibi fateor: honori, Cs.: sententiae: Catilinae inceptis, S.: (galli) favent faucibus russis cantu, i. e. indulge , Enn. ap. C.: hac pro parte, i. e. be concerned for , O.: illi aetati favetur: iudex qui favet, is partial : si favet alma Pales, O.: Favete, listen kindly , T.: o faveas, O.: adscribi factis tuis se favet, i. e. desires , O.To be favorable, be propitious : (terra) Altera frumentis favet, promotes , V.: Dum favet nox, H.: ventis faventibus, O.: auspicium favens, O.—With linguis, to abstain from ill-omened speech, keep still, be silent : ut faverent linguis imperabatur: En deus est! linguis animisque favete, O.; cf. Ore favete omnes et cingite tempora ramis, V.: lingua favens adsit (diei natali), O.: favete adeste aequo animo (i. e. tacete), T.

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