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ērigō rēxī, rēctus, ere

ex + rego, to raise up, lift, set up, erect, elevate : arborem: hastas, L.: manu mālum de nave, V.: in clivum aciem, lead up , L.: oculos: turrīs, build , Cs.. villas, Iu.: totam aciem, i. e. stop , L.: conituntur, ut sese erigant, to rise : erectus in auras, rising , O.: ubi lumen sub auras Erigitur, springs up , V.: quicquid montium erigitur, Ta.: Phaëthontiadas ... solo erigit alnos, i. e. tells of their transformation , V. — Fig., to arouse, excite, stir, instigate, animate : mentīs: animos ad audiendum: exspectatione senatum, L.: Erigor, et civīs exhortor, O.To raise up, cheer, encourage : animum demissum: provinciam adflictam: rem p. ex tam gravi casu, L.: se in spem, L.: erigimur, we take courage , H.

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