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curvō āvī, ātus, āre

curvus, to crook, bend, bow, curve, round: Curvari manūs et crescere in unguīs, O.: flexile cornu, O.: lances, i. e. by its weight, H.: Fronte curvatos imitatus ignīs lunae, the flaming sickle, H.: curvata in montis faciem unda, rolling, V.: curvato gurgite, arched, V.: Nec curvarent Aeacon anni, cause to stoop, O.: curvata senis membra, Ta.—Fig., to make to yield, bend, move: te, H.

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