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parentō —, ātus, āre

2 parens, to offer a solemn sacrifice in honor of dead kindred : sepulcrum ubi parentetur: hostiā maximā parentare. — To bring an offering to the dead parent, avenge the dead : civibus Romanis, qui perfidiā Gallorum interissent, Cs.: parentandum regi sanguine coniuratorum esse, L.: Memnonis umbris caede, O.— Fig., to appease, satisfy : internecione hostium iustae irae parentatum est, Cu.

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