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tingō (-guō tinxī, tinctus, ere

TING-, to wet, moisten, bathe, dip, imbue : tunica sanguine centauri tincta: mero pavimentum, H.: Arctos Oceani metuentis aequore tingi, V.: in undis pedum vestigia, O.: flumine corpora, i. e. bathe , O.: in alto Phoebus anhelos Aequore tinget equos, i. e. will set , O.: te meis poculis, i. e. entertain , H.To soak in color, dye, color, imbue, tinge : nihil nisi conchylio tinctum: murice lanas, O.: Murice tinctae lanae, H.: sanguine cultros, O.: securīs Cervice, H.—Fig., to imbue, tincture, furnish : orator tinctus litteris: Laelia patris elegantiā tincta.

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