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novō āvī, ātus, āre

novus, to make new, renew, renovate : transtra, repair , V.: nullā prole novare viros, O.: animus defessus . . . risu novatur, is refreshed : ardorem, L.: novat repetitum volnus, repeats anew , O.: agro non semel arato sed novato et iterato, reploughed : digitis charta novata meis, written over , O.To invent, coin : verbum aut inusitatum aut novatum: Ignotum hoc aliis ipse novavit opus, O.To change, alter : nihil novandum in legibus: nomen faciemque, O.: Fortuna fidem mutata novavit, proved fickle , V.: bis tua fata novabis, experience change of fortune , O.—In public life, to make a change, effect a revolution : novandi spes, of a revolution , S.: ne quid eo spatio novaretur, S.: res, to effect a revolution , L.: quonam modo in Graecis res novarentur. L.

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