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gīgnō genuī, genitus, ere

GEN-, to produce, give birth to, beget, bear, bring forth : quem Iuppiter genuit: liberos, S.: qui te genuere (i. e. parentes), O.: pisces ova genuerunt: omnia quae terra gignat: ut deus urbem hanc gentibus genuisse videatur: ut in gignendo appareat: quae in terris gignuntur: nuper erat genitus, O.: paelice genitus, son of , L.: Dis genite et geniture deos, V.: De alquo geniti, O.: (vacca) e terrā genita, O.— Fig., to produce, occasion, cause, begin : ludus genuit trepidum certamen, H.: in hac urbe dicendi copiam: cum sui generis initium ab se gigni vellet, spring : reliquae perturbationes omnes gignuntur ex , grow : odia etiam gigni sempiterna, arise : eas gigni negat, are created : gigni alicunde, i. e. to have a beginning .

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