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prōpāgō āvī, ātus, āre

pro+PAC-, to set forward, extend, enlarge, spread, increase : finīs imperi: eo bello terminos populi R. propagari, L.To generate, procreate, engender, propagate : stirpem in centesimum annum: gloria radices agit, atque etiam propagatur, i. e. extends by natural growth.—To prolong, continue, extend, preserve : victu fero vitam: haec posteritati propagantur, are transferred to posterity : meus consulatus multa saecula propagarit rei p., has preserved for many centuries : vitam aucupio, prolong : consuli in annum imperium, L.

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