Definition of calleo
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Orthography ID = 1002028
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LEM
calleō, callēre, -, -
verb (2nd conjugation)
  1. to be callous
  2. [hence figuratively] to be experienced, be skilful, be versed
  3. to know by experience, be skilled in, have the knowledge of, understand
Abbreviations
calleō -, -, ēre callum, to be callous

— hence, fig., to be experienced, be skilful, be versed: in ea, quorum usu calleret, L.

— To know by experience, be skilled in, have the knowledge of, understand: illius sensum, T.: iura: urbanas rusticasque res pariter, L.: sonum digitis et aure, H.: Duram pauperiem pati, to know how, H.: deprendere, Iu.: quo pacto id fieri soleat calleo, T.
 
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