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circum-agō ēgī, āctus, ere,

to drive in a circle, turn round.—In tmesis: (navem) fluctus Torquet agens circum, V.: quocumque deus circum caput egit, i. e. has made his way, V.—Fig., of time, with se, or pass, to roll on, pass away, be spent: circumegit se annus, L.: prius circumactus est annus, quam, etc., L.: annus, qui solstitiali circumagitur orbe, L. — To turn, turn about, wheel around: equos frenis, L.: aciem, L.: se ad dissonos clamores, L. — Fig.: quo te circumagas? whither will you turn? Iu.—Pass, to be dragged about, be led from place to place: nil opus est te Circumagi, i. e. stroll with me, H.—Fig.: nec alieni momentis animi circumagi, be swayed, L.: circumagi ad nutūs Hannibalis, be driven, L.

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