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(salveō —, —, ēre

salvus, to be well, be in good health ; hence, in formulas of greeting, imper, infin ., and (once) indic fut., to be well, be greeted: Cr . o Mysis, salve. My . salvus sis, Crito, bless you , T.: Dionysium iube salvere, greet for me : salvere iubet prior, H.: salvebis a meo Cicerone, i. e. Cicero sends his best wishes : Salve, vera Iovis proles (sc. Hercules), hail , V.—Esp., imper. with vale , in taking leave, farewell, good-by, adieu : vale, salve: salve aeternum mihi, Aeternumque vale, V.

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