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porto , āvi, ātum, v. freq. a. root porfor for-to, kindr. with fer-o; Sanscr. vhri, ferre, bear or carry along; to convey any thing heavy (class.; syn.: fero, gero, veho).
II. Trop.
B. To endure, bear, suffer (late Lat.): “dolores nostros ipse portavit,Vulg. Isa. 53, 4; id. Act. 15, 10: “judicium,id. Gal. 5, 10.
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