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respiciō spēxī, spectus, ere

re-+*specio, to look back, look behind, look about, see behind, look back upon, gaze at, look for : longe retro: respicere vetitus, L.: inproviso ad eum, T.: patriae ad oras, O.: tanta militum virtus fuit, ut paene ne respiceret quidem quisquam, Cs.: Respiciunt atram in nimbo volitare favillam, see behind them , V.: modo Prospicit occasūs, interdum respicit ortūs, O.: proxima signa, Cs.: Italiae litora, L.: amissam (Creüsam) respexi, looked back for , V.: versas ad litora puppīs, V.: medio cum Sol orbe Tantum respiceret, quantum, etc., i. e. had already passed , O.—Fig., to look, have regard, turn attention, regard, look to, contemplate : ad hunc summa imperi respiciebat, i. e. was centred in him , Cs.: maiores tuos respice: subsidia, quae respicerent in re trepidā, etc., might look to , L.: exemplar vitae morumque, have in mind , H.To look at anxiously, have a care for, regard, be mindful of, consider, respect : nisi quis nos deus respexerit: Sive neglectum genus et nepotes Respicis, auctor, H.: Respiciens ad opem ferendam (an epithet of Fortuna): miseros aratores: non Pylium Nestora respicis, H.: Quantum quisque ferat respiciendus erit, O.: salutem cum meam tum meorum: neque te respicis, spare yourself , T.: si quid pietas antiqua labores Respicit humanos, V.

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