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succurrō (sub-c-) currī, cursus, ere,

to run under, run to help, hasten to the aid of, help, aid, assist, succor: laborantibus: adflictis semper, N.: confidere munitionibus oppidi, si celeriter succurratur, Cs.: Paratae lites: succurrendumst, T.—To heal, cure, remedy, relieve: infamiae communi: hic tantis malis haec subsidia succurrebant, quo minus, etc., Cs.: cuius adversae fortunae velit succursum, L.—Fig., to run to meet: licet undique omnes mihi terrores impendeant, succurram atque subibo, will encounter (them).—To come to mind, occur, suggest itself: ut quidque succurrit, libet scribere: non dubito, legentibus illud quoque succursurum, quod, etc., L.: Sed mihi succurrit, numen non esse severum, O.

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