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cupiō īvī, ītus, ere

CVP-, to long for, desire, wish: Qui cupit, i. e. is possessed by a master-passion, H.: omnibus cupientibus ad castra contendit, Cs.: nuptias, T.: domum alius, alius agros, S.: triumphum: cupio omnia quae vis, your wishes are mine, H.: imperia minime cupiunda, S.: corde cupitus, Enn. ap. C.: hanc visamque cupit potiturque cupitā, O.: quidquid cupitum foret, L.: Emori, T.: audire: videre qui audeat dicere: quid possent perspici, Cs.: haberi formosus, H.: me esse clementem: me non mendacem putari: et se cupit ante videri, V.: ut peccet, etc.: cuperem ipse adesset (i. e. vellem), V.To be well disposed, be favorable, favor, wish well, be interested for: ipsi Glycerio, T.: Helvetiis, Cs.: quid ego Fundanio non cupio?—With causā (alcuius), to be at the service of, be devoted to, be zealous for: alquem suā causā: qui te neque velle suā causā, nec, si cupias, posse arbitrantur: cuius causā omnia cupio, to whom I am wholly devoted.

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