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implōrō (in-pl-) āvī, ātus, āre

in+ploro, to invoke with tears: nomen filii (i. e. filium nomine). —To call to help, call for aid, appeal to, invoke, beseech, entreat, implore: alqm: deos deasque omnīs: milites, ne, etc., Cs.: fidem vostram, T.: cuius hominis fides imploranda est?: iura libertatis.—To pray for, beg earnestly, implore: auxilium a populo R., Cs.: auxilium urbi, L.: Caelestīs aquas doctā prece, H.: Romanos imploratos auxilium, etc., L.: cum me res p. implorarit.

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