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arcessō or colloq. accersō īvī, ītus, ere (pass. sometimes arcessīrī), intens.

accedo, to cause to come, call, send for, invite, summon, fetch: ab aratro arcessebantur: sacra ab exteris nationibus arcessita: ex continenti accersi, Cs.: Gabinium, S.: Agrippam ad se arcessi iussit, N.: placere patrem arcessiri, L.: Ityn huc, O.: Si melius quid (vini) habes, arcesse, order it brought, H.—Fig.: (quies) molli strato arcessita, invited, L.—Esp. in law, to summon, arraign before a court, accuse, prosecute: hunc hoc iudicio: alquos eodem crimine in periculum capitis: alqm capitis: pecuniae captae, S.—Meton., of time: iustum pugnae tempus, to anticipate, V. — Of mental objects, to bring, fetch, seek, derive: ex medio res, H.: arcessitum dictum, far-fetched.

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