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sīgnificō āvī, ātus, āre

signum+2 FAC-, to make signs, show by signs, show, point out, express, publish, make known, indicate, intimate, notify, signify : inter se: ut fumo atque ignibus significabatur, Cs.: verbo sententiam tuam: hoc mihi: quae significari ac declarari volemus: deditionem, Cs.: Per gestum res est significanda mihi, O.: ut eorum ornatus in his regem neminem significaret, N.: nihil se te invitā dicere: omnes voce significare coeperunt, sese, etc., Cs.: omnibus rebus populus R. significat quid sentiat: quid velit, O.: ut dimitterentur, Cs.: de fugā Romanis, Cs.To betoken, prognosticate, foreshow, portend, mean : futura: quid haec tanta celeritas significat?: Quid sibi significent, trepidantia consulit exta, O.To mean, import, signify : videtis hoc uno verboundesignificari duas res, et ex quo et a quo: significat fabula Dominum videre plurimum, Ph.

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