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ēliciō licuī, —, ere

ex + lacio, to draw out, entice out, lure forth, bring out, elicit : hostem ex paludibus, Cs.: omnīs citra flumen, Cs.: hostem ad proelium, L.: praemiis ex civitatibus optimum quemque.— To call down, evoke, raise, conjure up : caelo te, Iuppiter, O.: inferorum animas. — To draw forth, extract, produce : vocem: terra elicit herbescentem ex eo (semine) viriditatem: ferrum e cavernis: lapidum conflictu ignem: cadum, H. —Fig., to extract, elicit, excite, bring out : causas praesensionum: misericordiam, L.: ad ea elicienda Iovi Elicio aram dicavit, for interpreting , L.

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