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īgnōrō āvi, ātus, āre

* ignorus; GNA-, not to know, to be unacquainted, be ignorant, mistake, misunderstand: ut vos, qui ignoratis, scire possitis. si me ignoras, mistake me, T.: ignoras te? your own faults, H.: causam: exercitu ignoranti ducem, L.: motūs astrorum, Iu.: ignoratur parens, is unknown, T.: credis te ignorarier? art unrecognized, T.: Archimedis ignoratum a Syracusanis sepulcrum: ignoratae artis crimen, of want of skill, H.: fluctūs quietos, to be deceived by, V.: Mutatam ignorent ne semina matrem, i. e. fail to thrive when transplanted, V.: quis vestrum hoc ignorat dici?: id quam vere fiat: uter eorum esset Orestes: monstrumne deusne Ille sit, O.: non ignorans, quanta, etc., well aware, Cs.: de filio: quis ignorat quin sint, etc.: servare vices si nequeo ignoroque, H.To take no notice of, pay no attention to, ignore, disregard: quorum benevolentiam erga me: quid sidus minetur, Iu.

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