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cōn-surgō surrēxī, surrēctus, ere,

to rise, stand up, arise, start up, rise in a body, lift oneself: consurrexisse omnes illi (seni): honorifice consurgitur (impers.): ex insidiis, Cs.: ubi triarii consurrexerunt integri, L.: tonsis, V.: in consilium: ex consilio, Cs.: In plausūs consurrectum est, Ph.: toro, O.: ad bellum, L.: in ensem, V.: studiis, eagerly, V.: terno ordine remi, V.: Mundus ad Scythiam Consurgit, is elevated, V.: consurgunt quercūs, grow up, V.—To arise, spring up, originate: Consurgunt venti, V.: Romam, O.

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