Definition of amoveo
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Orthography ID = 1000071
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LEM
āmoveō, āmovēre, āmōvī, āmōtus
verb (2nd conjugation)
  1. to move away, take away, remove
  2. [especially] with pron reflex., to take oneself off, retire, withdraw
  3. to get away, abstract, steal
  4. to remove by banishment, banish
  5. [figuratively] to lay aside, set aside, get rid of
Abbreviations
ā-moveō ōvī, ōtus, ēre ab + moveo, to move away, take away, remove: testem abs te, T.: virgas a civium corpore: alia ab hostium oculis, L.: illum ex istis locis.

— Esp., with pron reflex., to take oneself off, retire, withdraw: hinc te, T.: e coetu se, L.

— To get away, abstract, steal: boves per dolum amotas, H.

—To remove by banishment, banish: amotus Cercinam, Ta.: iudicio senatūs, Ta.

—Fig., to lay aside, set aside, get rid of: amoto metu, T.: amoto ludo, jesting apart, H.: bellum, avert, L.: odium, invidiam.
 
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