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largior ītus, īrī, dep.

largus, to give bountifully, lavish, bestow, dispense, distribute, impart : de te largitor, be generous with your own , T.: bona aliena, S.: alqd aliis: praedam munifice, L.: utrique fortuna regnum est largita: quidquid solamen humandi est, Largior, V.: Gallis multa ad copiam, Cs.To give largesses, bribe : largiundo pollicitando magis incendere, S.: largiendo de alieno popularem fieri, L.—Fig., to grant, concede, yield : plusculum amori: mihi, ut repuerascam.

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