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pendō pependī, pēnsus, ere

PAND-, to suspend, weigh, weigh out : pensas examinat herbas, O.To weigh out in payment, pay, pay out : stipendium quotannis, Cs.: pecuniam Pisoni: populo mercedem, Iu.—Fig., to pay, suffer, undergo : mihi tergo poenas, T.: poenas temeritatis: satis pro temeritate unius hominis suppliciorum pensum esse, L.: capitis poenas, O.To weigh, ponder, consider, deliberate upon, decide : eam (rem) penditote: in philosophiā res spectatur, non verba penduntur.— To value, esteem, regard : quem tu vidisse beatus Non magni pendis, H.: Quae dico parvi pendunt, esteem lightly , T.: nili, care nothing for , T.: non flocci pendere, T.Intrans, to weigh, be heavy : talentum ne minus pondo octoginta Romanis ponderibus pendat, L.

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