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nārrō āvī, ātus, āre

for * gnārigō; gnarus, to make known, tell, relate, narrate, report, recount, set forth : mihi istaec, T.: initium narrandi facere, of the narrative , S.: rem omnibus: narrat omnibus emisse se: te sudavisse ferendo Carmina, H.: Narrat, ut virgo ab se integra siet, T.: in comoediis res ipsa narratur: mores eius, de quo narres: male narras de Nepotis filio, tell bad news : mihi circa necem Caesaris, Ta.: si res p. tibi narrare posset, quo modo sese haberet: de te Fabula narratur, H.: Angrivarios immigrasse narratur, Ta.: Athamanas accendere lignum Narratur, O.To say, speak, tell, recite, mention, describe : narro tibi: qui argumentum narret, T.: Regem elegantem, describe , T.: Agricola posteritati narratus et traditus, Ta.: narrat Naevio, quo in loco viderit Quinctium: quantum distet ab Inacho Codrus, H.

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