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crepō uī, itus, āre

I.I. To rattle, crack, creak, rustle, clatter, tinkle, jingle, chink: fores crepuerunt ab , T.: crepet laurus adusta, O.: crepante pede, H.: nubes subito motu, O.: sinūs crepantes Carbasei, V.
II.II. To cause to sound, break out into: sonum, H.: manibus faustos sonos, Pr.—Fig., to say noisily, make ado about, boast of, harp on, prattle, prate: sulcos et vineta, talk furrows, etc., H.: militiam, H.

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