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re-sīdō sēdī, —, ere,

to sit down, settle: residamus, si placet: inambulantes, tum autem residentes: valle, V.: medio rex ipse resedit Agmine, was enthroned, O.: mediis Aedibus, V.: lassa resedit, sank, V.: Iam iam residunt cruribus asperae Pelles, grow, H.—To settle, sink down, sink, subside: si montes resedissent: Flumina residunt, O.: ad Aeschrionem pretium resedisset, i. e. fall into the hands of Aeschrio.—Fig., to sink, settle down, abate, grow calm, subside, fall: Cum omnis repente resedit Flatus, V.: Sex mihi surgat opus numeris, in quinque residat (of elegiac verse), O.: cum tumor animi resedisset: impetus animorum, L.: bellum, H.: quorum mentīs nondum ab superiore bello resedisse sperabat, Cs.: tumida ex irā tum corda residunt, V.

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