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ūrō ūssī, ūstus, ere

VAS-, to burn : nocturna in lumina cedrum, V.: picem, O.To burn up, destroy by fire, waste by burning, reduce to ashes, consume : hominem mortuum: agros, L.: arces, H.: urenda filix, H.: cum frondibus uritur arbos, O.: uritur (Gallia): regionem, Cu.To burn, scorch, parch, dry up, sting, pain : partes (terrarum) incultae, quod urantur calore: cum sol ureret arva, O.: urentes harenae, H.: pestilentia urens urbem atque agros, L.—Of encaustic painting, to burn in : picta coloribus ustis puppis, O.: tabulam coloribus, to paint encaustically , O.To rub sore, gall, fret, chafe, corrode : calceus . . . si pede minor, uret, H.: loris non ureris, H.: ut prensos urant iuga prima iuvencos, O.To pinch with cold, nip, blast, wither, frostbite : pernoctant venatores in nive in montibus; uri se patiuntur: Nec per gelidas herba sit usta nivīs, O.—Fig., to burn, inflame, consume, fire, heat, set on fire, kindle : Me tamen urit amor, V.: Urit me Glycerae nitor, H.: Uritur infelix Dido, V.: meum iecur urere bilis, H.: Urit fulgore suo qui praegravat, etc., excites envy , H.To vex, annoy, gall, disturb, harass, oppress : hominem, T.: eos bellum urebat, L.: captos legibus ure tuis, O.

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