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vagor ātus, ārī, dep.

vagus, to stroll about, go to and fro, ramble, wander, roam, range, rove: huc et illuc passim: totā Asiā: Germani iam latius vagabantur, Cs.: manes per tot domos ad petendas poenas vagati, L.: vagantur per arva boves, O.: luna isdem spatiis vagatur quibus Sol: late vagatus est ignis, L.—Fig., to wander, roam, be lost, waver, spread, extend, be diffused: quorum vagetur animus errore: verba ita soluta, ut vagentur, i. e. are irregular in movement: deinde nostro instituto vagabimur, i. e. expatiate: Idcircone vager scribamque licenter, H.: ea fama vagatur, spreads, V.: vagantur Milia rumorum, circulate, O.

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