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commendō (conm-) āvī, ātus, āre

com- + 1 mando, to commit for protection, intrust, confide, deposit with: Oratorem meum Sabino. — Fig., to intrust, commit, confide: me tuae fidei, T.: historiam immortalitati: vita monimentis ad memoriam commendata. — Esp., of the dying, to commend (survivors to others): parentes suos, Cs.: tibi moriens nos commendavit senex, T.: tibi suos testamento liberos.—To commend, recommend, ask favor for, make agreeable, render acceptable, grace: se Caesari, Cs.: Orestillam, S.: civem nationibus: adseculae istius a meretriculā commendati: (vinum) quod me commendet amicae, H.: te infimo ordini: se tonsā cute, H.

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