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pudeō uī or puditum est, ere

4 PV-.—Intrans, to be ashamed, feel shame : non simultatem meam Revereri! non pudere! T.: inducitur ad pudendum.—Trans, to make ashamed, put to shame, humiliate : quem neque pudet Quicquam, T.: me quid pudeat, qui? why should I be ashamed? : et sero et nequicquam pudet (sc. te): fratris me Pudet, T.: homines infamiae suae: cuius eos non pudere demiror: Eheu cicatricum et sceleris pudet, H.: pudet deorum hominumque, before gods and men , L.: patris mei meūm factūm pudet, I am ashamed before my father of my deeds , Enn. ap. C.: pudet Dicere hac praesente verbum turpe, T.: nec pudet fateri nescire quod nesciam: Scripta pudet recitare, H.: pudebat Macedones urbem deletam esse, Cu.: nonne esset puditum, legatum dici Maeandrium?—With supin. abl. : pudet dictu, Ta.

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