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cōn-serō seruī, sertum, ere

com- + 2 sero, to connect, entwine, tie, join, fit, bind, unite: Lorica conserta hamis, V.: Consertum tegumen spinis, pinned together, V.: sagum fibulā, Ta. — Fig.: exodia conserta fabellis, L.To join, bring together: latus lateri, O.: sinūs, Tb. — With manum, manūs (rarely manu), to fight hand to hand, join battle: signa contulit, manum conseruit: conserundi manum copia, S.: manūs inter se, L.: consertis deinde manibus, L.: dextram, V.: manu consertum alqm attrahere, L.—Fig.: ibi ego te ex iure manum consertum voco, I summon you to a trial face to face.—With pugnam or proelium: pugnam, L.: pugnam inter se, L.: proelium comminus, L.—In other connections: sicubi conserta navis sit, was grappled, L.: cum levi armaturā, L.: belli artīs inter se, employed in fight, L.

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