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proficīscor fectus, ī, dep.

proficio, to set forward, set out, start, go, march, depart : fortasse tu profectus alio fueras, were going somewhere else , T.: cum in Italiam proficisceretur, was about to start , Cs.: Ut proficiscentem docui te, H.: ad dormiendum, go to sleep : subsidio Lacedaemoniis, N.: in pugnam, Cs.: in expeditionem, S.: contra quosdam barbaros, N.: domum, T.: Romam, S.: Circeios, L.: ab urbe, set out , Cs.: ex castris, break up , Cs.: de Formiano.—With supin. acc. : praedatum in agrum Campanum, L.—Fig., to go on, come, proceed : proficiscemur ad reliqua.— To set out, begin, commence, start : ut inde oratio mea proficiscatur, unde, etc.: a philosophiā profectus scripsit historiam.— To come forth, spring, arise, proceed, originate : cum omnia officia a principiis naturae proficiscantur: quaecumque a me ornamenta in te proficiscentur, i. e. you shall receive from me : ut plura a parente proficisci non potuerint, N.: qui a Zenone profecti sunt, Zeno's disciples : genus a Pallante profectum, V.

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