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vigeō uī, —, ēre

VEG-, to be lively, be vigorous, thrive, flourish, bloom, be strong: quae a terrā stirpibus continentur, arte naturae vivunt et vigent: vegetum ingenium in vivido pectore vigebat, L.: vestrae tum arae, vestrae religiones viguerunt: viget aetas, animus valet, S.: Fama Mobilitate viget, V.: Alpes vix integris vobis ac vigentibus transitae, i. e. when your vigor was unimpaired, L.: audacia, largitio, avaritia vigebant, S.: Persarum vigui rege beatior, H.—Fig., to be of repute, be esteemed, be honored: in Academiā: Dum (pater) regum vigebat Conciliis, V.

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