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vehō vexī, vectus, ere

VAG-, to bear, carry, convey, draw: Reticulum panis onusto umero, H.: ore cibum, O.: Europam: cum triumphantem (Camillum) albi per urbem vexerant equi, L.: Quod fugiens semel hora vexit, has brought, H.: visus est in somnis curru quadrigarum vehi, to ride: curru vectus, O.: in navibus vehi, to sail: in niveis victor equis, O.: apes liquidum trans aethera vectae, borne, V.: ventis maria omnia vecti, carried over, V.: temere in pericula vectus, rushing, Cu.: vecta spolia, captivi, borne in triumph, Ta.P. praes. intrans.: adulescentia per medias laudes quasi quadrigis vehens (i. e. vecta).

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