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ŏb-audĭo , ii, 4, v. a., for oboedio, obey (post-class.); constr. with dat. or absol.
(α). With dat.: “alicui,App. M. 3, p. 136, 11.—
(β). Absol.: “Adam non obaudiit,Tert. adv. Marc. 2, 2.—With acc.: “obaudite me,Vulg. Eccles. 39, 17.—Hence, ŏbaudĭens , entis, P. a., obedient (eccl. Lat. for oboediens).— Comp.: “quid obaudientius esse potest, quam ut, etc.,Ambros. Ep. 21.
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