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salūtō (P. plur. gen. salutantūm, V., O.), āvī, ātus, āre

salus, to greet, wish health, pay respects, salute, hail : illum: unum quemque nostrum: alquem Caesarem, hailed as Caesar : Imperator . . . atque ita se postea salutari passus est, Cs.: in quo (itinere) illum agentem aliquid salutavi: cum avum regem salutassent, L.: Dionysius te omnīsque vos salutat, sends greeting to : esse salutatum volt te, O.: Ego deos penatīs hinc salutatum domum Devortar, to pay reverence to : Italiam laeto socii clamore salutant, V.: templa, O.To call upon, visit, pay respects to, wait upon : venit salutandi causā: salutatum introire, S.: salutandi plures, H.To greet, welcome : mane salutamus domi et bonos viros multos, etc.

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