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spargō sī, sus, ere

SPARC-, to strew, throw here and there, cast, hurl, throw about, scatter, sprinkle : semen: per humum, nova semina, dentes, O.: nummos populo de Rostris: flores, V.: rosas, H.: tela, hurl , V.To bestrew, strew, scatter upon : humum foliis, V.: molā caput salsā, H.: umerum capillis, H.To besprinkle, sprinkle, moisten, wet : saxa tabo, Enn. ap. C.: aram immolato agno, H.: anguis aureis maculis sparsus, flecked , L.: priscis sparsa tabellis Porticus Livia, O.: sparso ore, freckled , T.To scatter, separate, disperse, divide, spread out : (aper) spargit canes, O.: sparsi per vias speculatores, L.: spargas tua prodigus, dissipate , H.—Fig., to distribute, spread abroad, spread, extend, disseminate : animos in corpora humana: nomen per urbīs Theseos, O.: vestigia fugae, Cu.: voces In volgum, V.—Esp., of speech, to intersperse, interpose : Sparge subinde (with direct quotation), keep interspersing , H.

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