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ūbĕro , āre, v. a. and n. 2. uber. *
I. Neutr., to be fruitful or productive, to bear fruit: “neque enim olea continuo biennio uberat,Col. 5, 9, 11.—
II. Act., to make fruitful, to fertilize: “hoc velut coitu steriles arbores uberantur,Pall. Oct. 8, 3; id. Febr. 17, 4.
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    • Columella, Res Rustica, 5.9.11
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