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mētior mēnsus, īrī, dep.

1 MA-, to measure, mete : magnitudinem mundi: nummos, i. e. have in great abundance , H.: pedes syllabis, measure by syllables : annum, i. e. divide , O.: Hesperiam metire iacens, i. e. with your dead body , V.To measure out, deal out, distribute : frumentum militibus, Cs.: exercitui si metiendum esset: Caecubum, H.To measure, pass over, traverse : Sacram viam, pace off , H.: aequor curru, sail through , V.: carinā aquas, O.—Fig., to measure, estimate, judge, value : suo metu pericula, S.: sonantia metiri auribus: oculo latus, H.: omnia quaestu, by profit : homines virtute, non fortunā, N.: se suo modulo ac pede, H.: nec se metitur ad illum modum, i. e. accommodates herself , Iu.: quanto Metiris pretio, quod, etc., Iu.

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