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gaudeō gāvīsus, ēre

GAV-, to rejoice, be glad, be joyful, take pleasure, be pleased, delight : gaudeat an doleat, H.: dubie, O.: si est ullus gaudendi locus: salvom te advenire, T.: quem socii venisse gaudeant: beneficium accipere, T.: Motūs doceri Ionicos, H.: gaudet tuens (equos), sees with delight , V.: Gaudent scribentes, H.: quod erat eo nomine: gaude, quod spectant oculi te mille, H.: in puero, Pr.: malis, T.: aequitate iustitiāque: inperio nimis, S.: sorte tuā, H.: (Aiace) inhumato, gloat over , H.: de Bursā: hunc scio mea gavisurum gaudia, T.: videte, quid se gavisum dicat: quod gaudere posset, hoc fuit, O.: Gaudes, si cameram percusti forte? H.: mihi gaudeo, te amo, as for myself : gaudet se attollens Appenninus, V.—With in sinu, to rejoice at heart, be secretly glad : ut in sinu gaudeant: in tacito sinu, Tb.—In salutation: Celso gaudere refer, greet for me , H.

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