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parturiō (parturībat, Ph.), īvī, —, īre, desid.

pario, to desire to bring forth, be in travail, labor : tu (Lucina) voto parturientis ades, O.: parturiens canis, Ph.—Prov.: Parturiunt montes, nascetur ridiculus mus, great cry and little wool , H.To be big with, be pregnant with, brood over, meditate, purpose : quod conceptum res p. parturit: quod diu parturit animus vester, aliquando pariat, L.: ingentīs parturit ira minas, O.To be in pain, be anxious, be troubled : si tamquam parturiat unus pro pluribus.— To bring forth, produce, yield, generate : Germania quos parturit Fetūs, H.: nunc omnis parturit arbos, is budding forth , V.

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