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testificor ātus, ārī, dep.

testis+2 FAC-, to make a witness, call to witness : deos hominesque testificor, me tibi praedixisse, etc.: Stygiae numen aquae, O.To bear witness, give evidence, attest, testify : ut statim testificati discederent: testificor, denuntio, ante praedico, nihil M. Antonium, etc.: testificaris, quid dixerim.— To show, demonstrate, exhibit, make certain, publish, bring to light : sententiam meam: antiquas opes, O.: Natalem tuum, O.P. pass. : abs te testificata tua voluntas, make known : scaenā testificata loquar, O.

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