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vāticinor ātus, ārī, dep.

vaticinus, to foretell, predict, prophesy, forebode: vera: Consulem velut vaticinantem audiebat, L.: Haec duce deo, O.: saevam laesi fore numinis iram Vaticinatus erat, O.: Parcite, vaticinor, etc., I warn you as a prophet, O.To sing by inspiration, celebrate in verse: carminibus Graecis vaticinatus, quae, etc. —To rave, rant, talk idly: eos vaticinari atque insanire dicebat: sed ego fortasse vaticinor.

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