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ē-veniō vēnī, ventus, īre,

to come out, come forth: Merses profundo, pulchrior evenit, H.— Fig., to fall out, come to pass, happen, befall, betide: si tibi evenerit quod metuis ne accidat: ut alia Romae eveniat saepe tempestas: ubi pax evenerat, had been concluded, S.: ne idem eveniat in meas litteras, befall: Genucio ea provincia sorte evēnit, fell to, L.: tibi hoc incommodum evenisse iter, has been a hardship, T.—Impers, it happens: evēnit, senibus ambobus simul Iter ut esset, T.: forte evēnit ut ruri essemus: at tibi contra Evenit, ut, etc., H. — To proceed, follow, result, turn out, issue, end (of things): quorsum eventurum hoc siet, T.: ex sententiā, T.: (auspicia) sibi secunda evenerint: cuncta prospera eventura, S.: mihi feliciter: bene, S.: contra ac dicta sint.

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