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langueō —, —, ēre

LAG-, to be faint, be weary, be languid : nostris languentibus, Cs.: e viā, to be fatigued : per adsiduos motūs, to be wearied , O.: Inachiā minus ac me, H.: flos languet, droops , Pr.: tristi languebant corpora morbo, were faint , V.—Fig., to be languid, be dull, sink, be heavy, be listless : languet iuventus: nec eam solitudinem languere patior, pass in idleness : paululum, to be without energy , S.: recursus Languentis pelagi, i. e. ebbing , V.

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