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aestuō āvī, ātus, āre

aestus, of fire, to rage, burn: Aestuat ignis, V.To be warm, be hot, burn, glow: ager aestuat herbis, V.: erudire iuventutem algendo, aestuando: sub pondere, O.— Of the sea, to rise in waves, surge: Maura semper unda, H.: gurges, seethes, V.; cf. nebulā specus, i. e. smokes, V.To undulate, swell, be tossed, heave: in ossibus umor, V.—Fig., of passion, to burn, be excited, be inflamed: aestuare illi, qui dederant pecuniam: quae cum aestuans agitaret, S.: in corde pudor, V.: rex in illā Aestuat, for her, O.To waver, vacillate, hesitate, be in doubt: dubitatione: Aestuat et vitae disconvenit, H.

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