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prō- didī, ditus, ere,

to put forth, exhibit, reveal: Medusae squalentia ora, O.—To bring forth, produce, propagate: genus alto a sanguine Teucri, V.: Quae dies ut cesset prodere furem, Iu.—To put forth, relate, report, record, hand down, transmit: ea, quae scriptores prodiderunt: Thucydides ossa eius esse sepulta memoriae prodidit, has recorded, N.: quos natos in insulā ipsā memoriā proditum dicunt, that there is a tradition, Cs.: ius imaginis ad memoriam posteritatemque prodendae.—To proclaim, appoint, elect, create: quem produnt patres consulum rogandorum ergo: flaminem.—To reveal, make known, disclose, discover, betray: cum decretum proditur, lex veri rectique proditur: is me deseruit ac prodidit: classem praedonibus: hosti rem p., S.: crimen voltu, O.: arcanum, Iu.: Gaudia prodentem voltum celare, H.— To give up, surrender, abandon: anui prodita abs te filiast, T.: suam vitam, T.: ad improvidam pugnam legiones, expose, L.—Fig., to set forth, give display: perniciosum exemplum: prodendi exempli causā, of setting an example, L.—To extend, protract: aliquot nuptiis dies, i. e. delay the wedding a few days, T.

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