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per-fundō fūdī, fūsus, ere,

to pour over, wet, moisten, bedew, besprinkle, drench, bathe: aquā ferventi perfunditur: greges flumine, V.: piscīs olivo, H.: te lacrimis, O.: (oleo) piscem, Iu.—To steep, dye: ostro Perfusae vestes, V.—To scatter over, besprinkle, bestrew: Canitiem perfusam pulvere turpans, V.: penatīs sanguine, O.: perfusa papavera somno, V.—Fig., to imbue, inspire, fill: sensūs dulcedine omni quasi perfusi: qui me horror perfudit!: gaudio, L.: nos iudicio perfundere, i. e. fill with apprehension.

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