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foveō fōvī, fōtus, ēre

FAV-, to warm, keep warm : pennis (pullos): pulli a matribus foti: ignes manu, i. e. keep up , O.: nomen in marmore aperto pectore, warmed with her naked breast , O.To cherish, foster, fondle, foment : corpus, O.: volnus lymphā, bathe , V.: gremio (puerum), V.: anhelans Colla fovet, i. e. leans against the tree , V.: castra fovere, cling to , V.: hiemem luxu, sit the winter through , V.—Fig., to cherish, caress, love, favor, support, assist, encourage : hunc: (duces) pugnantīs spe, encourage , L.: utram partem, L.: fovendis hominum sensibus, by pampering : vota animo, O.: perditam spem, L.: Cupidine bella, prolonged by Cupid's agency , V.: dolores, palliate : famam inanem, i. e. an unfounded reputation , V.: hoc regnum dea gentibus esse tenditque fovetque, fondly strives , V.

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