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re-quiēscō ēvī

(requiērunt, V., Ct.; requiēsse, C., L., Ct.), ētus, ere, to rest, take rest, repose: eorum hortatio ad requiescendum: legiones invicem requiescere iussit, Cs.: in eius sellā: terrā Sabaeā, O.: sub umbrā, V.: nullam partem noctis: a rei p. muneribus: lecto, Pr.: geminas Arctos, two nights, Pr.—To rest, be relieved, be supported: vixdum requiesse aurīs a strepitu, L.: vitis in ulmo, supports itself, O.: mutata suos requierunt flumina cursūs, V.—Of the dead, to rest, repose, sleep: in sepulcro: Ossa tutā requiescite in urnā, O.—To rest, find refuge, find rest, be consoled: ubi animus ex miseriis requievit, S.: a luctu, Ta.: in huius spe.

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