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percipiō cēpī (pluperf. percēpset, old poet. ap. C.), ceptus, ere

per+capio, to take wholly, seize entirely, take possession of, seize, occupy : neque urbis odium me umquam percipit, T.To take to oneself, assume : rigorem, O.To get, collect, obtain : serere, percipere, condere fructūs: ubertas in percipiundis fructibus: praemia, Cs.—Fig., to perceive, observe : oculis, auribus percipi: nunc minae percipiebantur, were heard , L.: quae dicam, i. e. hear : ni Palamedi prudentia Istius percepset audaciam, Poët. ap. C.To feel : neque maiorem voluptatem percipi posse, etc.: gaudia, O.To learn, know, conceive, comprehend, understand, perceive : res percepta et comprehensa: philosophiam: dicta, H.: omnium civium nomina, know : nomen Graecum, sed perceptum usu a nostris, known .

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