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numerō āvī, ātus, āre

numerus, to count, enumerate, reckon, number, take account of : singulos in singulas (civitates): per digitos, O.: pecus, V.: numerentur deinde labores, Iu.: ne quid ad senatum consule, aut numera, i. e. be sure of a quorum .—Of money, to count out, pay out, pay : ut numerabatur forte argentum, T.: primam (pensionem), L.: magnam pecuniam, Cs.: Quid refert, vivas numerato nuper an olim? (money) paid just now or long ago , H.: nummi numerati sunt Cornificio: stipendium militibus.— To recount, relate : Chao divōm amores, V.—Fig., to reckon, number, possess, own : Donec eris felix, multos numerabis amicos, O.: triumphos, Iu.To account, reckon, esteem, consider, regard, hold : Thucydides numquam est numeratus orator: Sulpicium accusatorem suum: quae isti bona numerant: hos poeuml;tas, H.: a quo mors in benefici parte numeretur: in mediocribus oratoribus numeratus est: honestissimus inter suos numerabatur: (Appium) inter decemviros, L.

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