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ūltrō adv.

abl. of * ulter; sc. loco, to the farther side, beyond, on the other side .—Only with citro : cursare ultro et citro, to and fro : ultro citroque navigare, back and forth : ultro citro commeantes, hither and thither.—Over and above, besides, moreover, too, furthermore : celavit suos civīs ultroque eis sumptum intulit: cavendo, ne metuant, homines metuendos ultro se efficiunt, L.—Fig., superfluously, gratuitously, wantonly : putant, Sibi fieri iniuriam ultro, L.: sibi ultro per contumelias hostem insultare, L.Of oneself, one's own accord, unasked, spontaneously, voluntarily : Nolunt, ubi velis; ubi nolis, cupiunt ultro, T.: spes imperi ultro sibi oblata: offerentibus ultro sese militibus, L.: cum id, quod antea petenti denegasset, ultro polliceretur, Cs.: subinvideo tibi, ultro te etiam arcessitum ab eo, of his own motion : cum rex ab Attalo ultro se bello lacessitum diceret, L.—In the phrase, ultro tributa (ultrotributa), payments to contractors for service to the state, appropriations for public works (opp. tributa, vectigalia): ultro tributa infimis (pretiis) locaverunt, i. e. awarded the contracts for public works to the lowest bidders , L.

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