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hūc adv.

* hoi (stem HO- of hic)+-ce, to this place, hither : commeare, T.: venisse: huc reverti<*> magno cursu contendere, Cs.: huc adesse: Huc ades, i. e. come near , V.: ausculta, T.: huc viciniae, into this neighborhood , T.: ne cursem huc illuc, hither and thither : dum huc illuc signa vertunt, L.: tum huc, tum illuc volant: Ut ora vertat huc et huc, H.Hither, to this, to this point, so far : huc animum ut adiungas tuom, T.: ut huc te pares, haec cogites: huc omnis aratri Cessit amor, for this purpose , V.: rem huc deduxi, ut, etc.: verses te huc atque illuc necesse est, in different directions .—With ne , in the form hūcine? hitherto? to this? so far? : hucine tandem omnia reciderunt, ut, etc.: hucine beneficia tua evasere, result in this , S.To this, in addition, besides : accedat huc suavitas oportet: Multa huc navigia addunt, add to these , Cs.

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