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hŏrĭor , hori, and hŏrĭtor , āri, v. dep. prim. forms of hortor, from the root ΟΡΩ, whence ὄρνυμι, ὁρμή, ὁρμάω, etc.,
I.to urge, incite, encourage: “hortatur quod vulgo dicimus, veteres nonnulli horitur dixerunt, ut Ennius libro XVI. (29): prandere jubet horiturque. Idem in X. (28): horitatur induperator,Diom. p. 378 P. (Ann. v. 409 and 350 Vahl.).
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