Definition of abundo
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Orthography ID = 1000246
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LEM
abundō, abundāre, abundāvī, abundātus
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to overflow, stream over, of a river or lake
  2. [especially] to flow in profusion
  3. [by metonymy] to abound, have in large measure, be rich in, possess, enjoy
Abbreviations
ab-undō āvi, -, āre, to overflow, stream over, of a river or lake: aqua Albana, L.: Amasenus, V.

—Esp., to flow in profusion: rursus abundabat fluidus liquor (of a dropsy), V.

—Fig.: Neu desis operae neve immoderatus abundes, overdo, H.

— Meton., to abound, have in large measure, be rich in, possess, enjoy: examine multo, V.: auxilio: orationis copiā: quod his ex populis abundabat, the surplus population of these nations, L.: egentes abundant, are rich.
 
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