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nancīscor nactus or nanctus, ī, dep.

NAC-, to get, obtain, receive, meet with, stumble on, light on, find : anulum, T.: aliquem: summam potestatem, S.: tempus discendi: locum egregie munitum, Cs.: castra Gallorum intecta neglectaque, L.: tempus dea nacta nocendi, discerning , V.: nomen poëtae, win , H.—Of misfortune, to incur, encounter : quod sim nanctus mali, T.—Of disease, to catch, contract : nactus est morbum, N.To light upon, meet with, reach, find : vitis, quicquid est nacta, complectitur: idoneam ad navigandum tempestatem, Cs.: nactusque silentia ruris Exululat, having reached the quiet country , O.

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