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coëō īvī or iī, itus, īre

com- + eo, to go together, come together, meet, assemble, collect: in Piraeo, T.: matronae ad Venturiam frequentes coëunt, L.: quo populus coibat, H.: certis diebus (ad concilium), Ta.: milia crabronum, O.: populi legationibus coëunt, by their representatives, Ta.To come together in battle, meet, encounter: inter se, V.: agmina, Cu.: cetera turba coit, joins in the attack, O.To come together, be united, gather, unite, combine: coëundi in unum spatium, L.: manus coit omnis in unum, V.: qui unā coierunt, Cs.: ut coëat par Iungaturque pari, H.: amnes in artius coëunt, Cu.: membra, O.: coit formidine sanguis, congeals, V.: digiti coëunt, grow together, O.: volnera coiere mea, have closed, Pr.: Inter se capita (arcūs), V.: ut placidis coëant immitia, H.: memini nobis verba coisse, to have been exchanged, Pr.—Fig., to unite, join together, assimilate, combine, agree, ally oneself, conspire: cum hoc: principes tum unā coierunt, Cs.: in foedera dextrae, V.—Of a marriage contract: taedae quoque iure coissent, O.: conubio, nuptiis, Cu.: cum captivā, Cu.: Hac gener atque socer coëant mercede suorum, i. e. in the marriage, V.—With societatem, to enter into partnership, make a compact, become an ally, associate, form a league: societatem laboris: cum Caesare societatem: cum Lacedaemoniis, N.: societatem sceleris: ad eam rem societas coitur.

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