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orior ortus (p. fut. oritūrus), orīrī (2d pers. or<*> ris; 3d pers. oritur; subj. usu. orerētur, orerentur), dep.

OL-, to arise, rise, stir, get up: consul oriens de nocte, L.To rise, become visible, appear: stellae, ut quaeque oriturque caditque, O.: ortā luce, in the morning, Cs.: orto sole, at sunrise, H.To be born, be descended, originate, receive life: pueros orientīs animari, at birth: si ipse orietur et nascetur ex sese: ex concubinā, S.: orti ab Germanis, descended, Cs.—Fig., to rise, come forth, spring, descend, grow, take origin, proceed, start, begin, originate: ut clamor oreretur, was raised, Cs.: ut magna tempestas oreretur, N.: oritur monstrum, appears, V.: quod si numquam oritur, ne occidit quidem umquam, comes into being: orientia tempora Instruit, the rising generation, H.: Rhenus oritur ex Lepontiis, takes its rise, Cs.: Rhenus Alpium vertice ortus, Ta.: prosit nostris in montibus ortas, to have grown, V.: tibi a me nullast orta iniuria, I have done you no injury, T.: ab his sermo oritur, begins with.

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