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arceō cuī, —, ēre

ARC-, to shut up, enclose: alvus arcet quod recipit: famulos vinclis, confine: arcebant vincula palmas, hampered, V.—Fig., to confine, restrain: audaciam otii finibus.—To prohibit access, keep away, hold off, keep at a distance: hostium copias: somnos, O.: volgus, H.: ferro contumeliam, avert by the sword, L.: hunc a templis: a munimentis vim, L.: aliquem ab amplexu, O.: eum ab illecebris peccantium, protect, Ta.: te illis aedibus: agro, L.: Virginiam matronae sacris, L.: arceor aris, O.: patriis penatibus, to banish, O.: aliquem funesto veterno, to protect, H.: Aenean periclis, V.: progressu: hunc (oestrum) pecori, to keep off, V.: arcuit Omnipotens, averted (the blow), O.To hinder, prevent: quae (dicta) clamor ad aures Arcuit ire meas, O.: alqm alqd ad urbīs conferre, Ta.: illos, quin ascendant, L.: collis arcebat, ne adgrederentur, L.

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