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stăbŭlor , ātus, 1,
I.v. dep. n. (collat. form stăbŭlo , āre; v. in the foll.) [stabulum] (mostly poet. and post-Aug.; not in Cic.).
I. Neutr., to have an abode anywhere; to stable, kennel, harbor, roost, etc. (mostly of animals).
(α). Dep. form: “aviaria, in quibus stabulentur turdi ac pavones,Varr. R. R. 3, 3, 7: “bos sicce,Col. 6, 12, 2: “pecudes multae in antris,Ov. M. 13, 822: “pisces in petris,Col. 8, 16, 8: “serpens in illis locis,Gell. 6, 3, 1: “ut permittat jumenta apud eum stabulari,Dig. 4, 9, 5.—Poet.: Tartessos stabulanti conscia Phoebo, i. e. setting (qs. returning to his lodging-place), Sil. 3, 399. —
II. Act., to stable or house cattle: “ut alienum pecus in suo fundo pascat ac stabulet,Varr. R. R. 1, 21.
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