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clāmō āvī, ātus, āre

1 CAL-, intrans, to call, cry out, shout aloud, complain aloud: Non clamas? non insanis? T.: de pecuniā: anseres, qui clamant: (cicada) clamare occoepit, Ph.— Trans, to call aloud, call upon, proclaim, declare, invoke: comites, O.: ora clamantia nomen, O.: morientem nomine, V.: Saturnalia, L.: se causam crimenque, V.: alquem furem, H.: clamare, ‘Adeste cives’: ‘Persephone,’ clamant,’ O.: Mater, te appello,’ H.: indignissime Factum esse, T.: dignam rem esse: clamare coeperunt, sibi ut haberet hereditatem. — Fig., to proclaim, declare: eum beatiorem fuisse quam, etc.: (tabulae) se corruptas esse clamant: quid enim restipulatio clamat?

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