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inquīrō sīvī (-sīsse, -sīssent, L.), sītus, ere

<*> in + quaero, to seek after, search for: corpus funeris causā inquisitum, L.To search into, examine, investigate, scrutinize: honestas, quam natura maxime inquirit: omnia ordine, L.: vitia tua, H.: rem inquisitam ad consulem detulit, after investigating it, L.: inquire in ea quae, etc.: patrios in annos, how long the father will live, O.: obstitit oceanus in se simul et in Herculem inquiri, Ta.: quid sit furere, H.: Cui placeas, O.: in eum quid <*>gat inquiritur, etc.—In law, to make an investigation, seek grounds of accusation: diem inquirendi postulare: de rebus capitalibus, Cu.: inquisitum missi de iis, quorum, etc., L.

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