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nāvigō āvī, ātus, āre

navis+1 AG-, to sail, cruise : periculum navigandi: plenissimis velis: idonea tempestas ad navigandum, Cs.: quo tempore ceteri praetores consueverunt navigare, go by sea : Naviget, serve as a sailor , H.: utrum ista classis navigarit: quae homines arant, navigant, all men's achievements in navigation , etc., S.— Prov.: in portu navigo, i. e. am in safety , T.To sail over, navigate : Tyrrhenum aequor, V.: inmensi lacūs classibus navigati, Ta.: iis enim ventis istim navigatur.— To sail, remove, proceed : quam celeriter belli impetus navigavit.— To swim : iam certe navigat, O.

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