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incendō dī, sus, ere

CAND-, to set fire to, kindle, burn: cupas taedā ac pice refertas, Cs.: odoribus incensis: lychnos, V.: urbem, S.: aedificia vicosque, Cs.: navīs: aedīs, Iu.: vepres, V.: cum ipse circumsessus paene incenderere, wast consumed.—To light up with fire, kindle: aras votis, i. e. in pursuance of vows, V.To brighten, illumine: eiusdem (solis) incensa radiis luna: auro Squamam incendebat fulgor, V.—Fig., to kindle, inflame, set on fire, fire, rouse, incite, excite, irritate, incense, enrage: Loquar? incendam; taceam? instigem, T.: hominem gloriā: me, ut cuperem, etc.: me tuis querellis, V.: plebem largiundo, S.: animum cupidum inopiā, T.: odia improborum in nos: pudor incendit virīs, V.: rabie iecur incendente, Iu.: iustum odium: incendor irā, esse ausam facere haec te, T.: amore sum incensus: incendor cottidie magis desiderio virtutum: incendi ad studia gloriā: in spectaculum animo incenduntur, L.

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