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cumulō āvī, ātus, āre

cumulus, to heap, accumulate, pile: arma in acervum, L.To fill full, fill, load, pile, cover: locum strage muri, L.: cumulatae flore ministrae, O.: altaria donis, V.: struem rogi odoribus, Ta.—Fig., to augment, increase, heap, amass, accumulate: invidiam, L.: aes alienum usuris, L.: gloriam eloquentiā.—To fill, overload, overwhelm, crown, complete: alqm laude: civitas cumulata tuis iniuriis: meum cor cumulatur irā: alio scelere hoc scelus: ad cumulandum gaudium: Quam (veniam) cumulatam morte remittam, i. e. will by my death do a greater favor in return, V.

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