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circum-ferō tulī, lātus, ferre.

to bear round, carry around: satiatis vino poculum ... circumferetur, L.: sanguinem in pateris, S.: codicem: huc atque huc acies circumtulit, V.: oculos, to cast around, O.: sol ut circumferatur, resolve.— Fig., to spread around: bellum, L.: arma ad urbīs, L.: circa templa ignes, L.—In religion, to lustrate, purify: Idem ter socios purā circumtulit undā, carried around water of purification, V.

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