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(for) fātus, fārī, defect. (in use are fātur, fantur, fābor, fābitur; P. perf. fātus; perf. fātus sum or eram; imper. fāre; inf. fārī; old, fārier, V.: gerund. fandī, fandō; supin abl. fātū; P. praes. fāns, fantis, fantem)

1 FA-, to speak, say : Nescios fari pueros (i. e. infantes), H.: ita farier infit, V.: copia fandi, V.: fandi doctissima, V.: ne fando quidem auditum est, etc., by hearsay : haud mollia fatu, V.: fari quae sentiat, H.: Vix ea fatus eram, V.: dehinc talia fatur, V.: Fare age, quid venias, V.: fabor enim, etc., will prophesy , V.

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