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vibrō āvī, ātus, āre,

to set in tremulous motion, move to and fro, brandish, shake, agitate: hastas ante pugnam: vibrabant flamina vestes, to cause to flutter, O.: crines Vibrati, i. e. curled, V.—To wield, brandish, throw, launch, hurl: sicas: tela, Cu.: fulmina (Iuppiter), O.: vibratus ab aethere fulgor, V.: truces vibrare iambos, Ct.—To be in tremulous motion, quiver, vibrate, tremble: Tresque vibrant linguae, O.—To glimmer, glitter, gleam, scintillate: mare, qua a sole conlucet, vibrat: Tela lato vibrantia ferro, O.: clipeum Vibranti cuspis medium transverberat ictu, V.—Fig., in speech, to gleam, dazzle: oratio incitata et vibrans.

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