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an-năto (better adn- ), āre, v. n.
I. To swim to or toward: “ei insulae crocodili non adnatant,Plin. 8, 25, 38, § 93; Jan here reads adnant; Sil. 10, 610.—With ad: “ad manum hominis adnatare,Plin. 9, 29, 46, § 87; 9, 10, 12, § 38.—
II. To swim along by or by the side of: “comes lateri adnatat,Sen. Agam. 452.
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