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in- īvī and iī, itus, īre,

to go into, enter: illius domum: urbem, L.: viam, begin a journey: ineunt proscaenia ludi, come on the stage, V.: nemus nullis illud initur equis, O.: in urbem, L.— Fig., to come in, make a beginning, begin: ineunte vere: ineunte adulescentiā.—To enter upon, begin, undertake, engage in: magistratum: consulatum, L.: proelium, S.: somnum, V.: beneficium verbis initum, T.: bellum cum rege Philippo initum est, L.: initā aestate, in the beginning of, Cs.: somnum, to fall asleep, V.: tua munera, undertake, V.: decus hoc aevi, te consule (puer), inibit, will enter on this golden age, V.—With numerus, to go into, enumerate: numerus interfectorum haud facile iniri potuit, L.: numerus inibatur, Cs.—With ratio, to enter into, form, devise: initā subductāque ratione, an estimate: quom rationem ineas, quam, etc., consider, T.: mihi ineunda ratio, quā possim, I must contrive: rationem de re: ad hunc interficiendum talem iniit rationem, plan, N.—With consilium, to engage in, devise, meditate: de summis rebus consilia, Cs.: consilium, form a plan, O.: consilia inibat, quem ad modum, etc., deliberated, Cs.: contra cuius vitam consilium facinoris inisse. —With gratiam, to get into, acquire, obtain: summam ab Caesare gratiam, Cs.: plures ineuntur gratiae, si, etc., the favor of many is gained: apud regcm initam gratiam volebant, L.—With viam, to find out, devise: ineamus viam aliquam, quā decerni possit, etc., L.

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