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dōnō āvī, ātus, āre

I.I. To give as a present, present, bestow, grant, vouchsafe, confer : non pauca suis adiutoribus: praedam militibus, Cs.: uxorem cum dote, H.: (aurae mandata) nubibus donant, V.: caput Iunoni, devote , O.: mercedes conductoribus, remitted , Cs.: arma Lauso Donat habere umeris, V.: frui paratis, H.—Fig., to give up, sacrifice : amicitias rei p.— To forgive, pardon, remit : alcui aes alienum: Culpa precibus donatur saepe suorum, O.: noxae damnatus donatur populo R., for the sake of the people , L.
II.II. To present, endow, gift : cohortem donis, Cs.: eum coronā: a Gaio civitate donatus est, Cs.: Laureā donandus Apollinari, H.: non donatus, without a gift , V.: ego te quid donem? T.

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