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gemō uī, —, ere

GEM-, to sigh, groan, lament : quis tum non gemuit?: cum templa gemerent, were in mourning : extrema gemens, in the death agony , V.: quadrupes successit gemens stabulis, panting , V.—With acc, to sigh over, bemoan, bewail, lament : haec: flebiliter Ityn, H.: Amyci casum, V.: casūs urbis, Iu.: unā voce omnium gemi: paucis ostendi gemis, H.: arbor flagellari gemuit sua robora, O.To moan : nullo gemit hic tibicina cornu, Iu.: Nec gemere cessabit turtur ab ulmo, V.: noctua gemuit, Pr.— To groan, creak : gemens Bosporus, H.: gemuit sub pondere cymba, V.: gemens rota, V.

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