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sonō uī, itus (P. fut. sonātūrus, H.), āre

sonus, to make a noise, sound, resound : in occultis templi tympana sonuerunt, Cs.: nunc mare, nunc siluae Aquilone sonant, H.: omnia passim mulierum puerorumque . . . ploratibus, L.: displosa sonat vesica, H.: mugitibus sonant ripae, echo , V.To speak, sound, utter, express : subagreste quiddam, speak : Ille sonat raucum, O.: nec vox hominem sonat, i. e. bespeak a human being , V.: furem sonuere invenci, betrayed , Pr.— To cry out, call, celebrate, sing, cause to resound : Sonante mixtum tibiis carmen lyrā, H.: te carmina nostra sonabunt, praise , O.: Tale sonat populus, cries out , O.: atavos sonans, i. e. vaunting , V.To mean, express, signify : unum sonare, i. e. agree in meaning : quā deterius nec Ille sonat, Iu.: non intellegere, quid sonet haec vox voluptatis, means .

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