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imprĕcor (inpr- ), ātus, 1,
I.v. dep. a. [in-precor].
I. To invoke on a person, to call down upon, to imprecate (perh. not anteAug.).
(α). Of good wishes (rare): solito sermone salutem ei fuerat imprecatus, had wished health to her (on sneezing), App. M. 9, p. 228: “cui multos imprecamur annos,Hier. Ep. 97 fin.: “alicui bene,Petr. 78.—
II. To pray to, call upon, invoke (post-class.): “incrementa solis augusti,App. M. 2, p. 127: “Deus pater est imprecandus, ut, etc.,Hier. adv. Helv. 2.
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