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diffundō fūdī, fūsus, ere

dis- + fundo, to spread by pouring, pour out, pour forth : sanguis in omne corpus diffunditur: tum freta diffundi iussit, O.: vina iterum (consule) Tauro diffusa, bottled , H.: in alqm venenum, inject , O.To spread, scatter, diffuse, extend : toto caelo luce diffusā: signa caelo, H.: rami late diffunduntur, Cs.: dederatque comam diffundere ventis, V.— Fig., to spread, diffuse, scatter, extend : error late diffusus: flendo iram, to temper , O.: dolorem suum flendo, to give vent to , O.: oblivionem sensibus, H.: a quo diffunditur gens Per Latium, branches out , V.: Undanti animam in arma cruore, pours out , V.To cheer up, gladden, exhilarate : animos, O.: voltūs, O.: ut et bonis amici quasi diffundantur: Iovem diffusum nectare, O.

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