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caleō uī, —, ēre (P. fut. calitūrus, O.)

3 CAL-, to be warm, be hot, glow: ut calere ignem: terrae sole calentes, H.: ture calent arae, V.: ignibus arae, O.: sole calente, Tb.: spoliant calentia membra, while still warm, V.: febre, Iu. — Fig., to glow, be roused, be warmed, be inflamed: inridendo calebat: ab recenti pugnā, L.: feminā, to become enamoured of, H.: scribendi studio, H.: dum animi spe calerent, Cu.: desiderio Coniugis abrepti, O.To be troubled, perplexed: te istic iam calere puto: alio mentis morbo, to labor under, H.: cales venenis officina, fume (like) a laboratory, H.To be driven hotly, be urged on zealously: iudicia calent: satis calere res Rubrio visa est, i. e. ripened: Veneris bella calent, rage, Tb.

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