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onerō āvī, ātus, āre

onus, to load, burden, fill, freight: celeritas onerandi, expedition in loading, Cs.: costas aselli pomis, V.: tauri cervix oneratur aratro, is burdened, O.: umerum pallio, T.: epulis onerari, gorge oneself, S., O.: dapibus mensas, cover, V.: manūsque ambas iaculis, arm, V.: pantheram saxis, stone, Ph.—To heap up, stow away, store: vina cadis, V.: canistris Dona Cereris, V.—Fig., to load, burden, weigh down, tire out, oppress, overwhelm, overload: te mendaciis: iudicem argumentis: malis, V.: eum spe praemiorum, L.: alquem promissis, S.: iniuriam invidiā, i. e. makes odious, L.To aggravate, increase: alcuius inopiam, L.: curas, T.: dolorem, Cu.

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