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sŭper-vĕhor , vectus, 3,
I.v. dep. n., to go, ride, sail, etc., over or past (very rare): “montem,Cat. 66, 43: “promontorium Calabriae,Liv. 42, 48, 7: “arma tua,Aus. Epigr. 24, 2: “eos universos montibus harenarum supervectis operuisse,Gell. 16, 11, 8.—
II. To ride, ride upon: “pullo asinae,Ambros. in Luc. 8, 59.
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