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ob- īvī, itus, īre,

to go, go to meet, go in opposition: infera in loca: ad omnīs hostium conatūs, L.—Of heavenly bodies, to go down, set: obit Lepus.—To fall, perish, die: tecum libens, H.: simul se cum illis obituros, L.—To go to, visit, betake oneself to: quantum (urbis) flamma obire non potuisset, reach: obeundus Marsya, qui, etc., H.—To travel over, wander through, traverse, visit: tantum telluris, V.: tantas regiones pedibus: cenas.—Of vision or speech, to run over, survey, review, recount: omnia per se, oversee in person, Cs.: omnia visu, V.: omnīs oratione meā civitates, enumerate.—To go over, surround, overspread, envelop: obeuntia terras maria, V.: chlamydem limbus obibat Aureus, O.: ora Pallor obit, O.—To address oneself to, engage in, enter upon, undertake, execute, accomplish: hereditatum obeundarum causā, entering upon: pugnas, V.: iudicia: ad consularia munera obeunda, L.: tot simul bella, L.—To meet: vadimonium, appear at the appointed time: diem edicti, appear on the day: annum petitionis tuae, i. e. be a candidate the first year the law permits: diem suum obire, die: diem supremum, N.: mortem, T.: morte obitā, after death.

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