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sōpiō īvī, ītus, īre

SOP-, to deprive of sense, make unconscious, stun, put to sleep, lull : sonitus procellae magnam partem hominum sopivit, L.: herbis draconem, O.: sopito corpore vigilare: Sopitus venis et inexperrectus, O.: sensūs, V.: sopitae quietis tempus, of deep sleep , L.To make unconscious, stun, stupefy : alios vino oneratos sopiunt, L.: inpactus ita est saxo, ut sopiretur, L.—Fig., to lull, lay at rest, calm, settle, still, quiet, render inactive : sopitos suscitat ignīs, V.: sopita virtus, lulled to sleep .

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