Definition of caveo
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Orthography ID = 1002249
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LEM
caveō, cavēre, cāvī, cautus
1 CAV-
verb (2nd conjugation)
  1. to be on one's guard, take care, take heed, beware, guard against, avoid
  2. cave, look out! be careful!
  3. beware of, take care not, be sure you do not
  4. [with acc] to guard against, be aware of, beware of, provide against, keep clear of
  5. [in law] to take care for, provide, order, decree, dispose of, stipulate
  6. [with ab] to make oneself secure, procure bail, take surety
Abbreviations
caveō (imper. cave for cavē, T., H., O., Pr.), cāvī, cautus, ēre 1 CAV-, to be on one's guard, take care, take heed, beware, guard against, avoid: Faciet, nisi caveo, T.: erunt (molesti) nisi cavetis. Cautum est, inquit: non fuisse difficile cavere, to take precautions, Cs.: cum animum attendisset ad cavendum, N.: metues, doctusque cavebis, H.

— Cave, look out! be careful! T., H.: ab istoc cavendum intellego, T.: ab eruptionibus, Cs.: caveo ab homine impuro: monent, ut ipsis ab invidiā caveatur, L.: sibi cavit loco, i. e. got out of the way, T.: caves, ne videat, etc., T.: cavet ne emat ab invito: cavere necubi hosti oportunus fieret, S.: ne sim spernenda, Exemplo caveo, am warned by, O.: cavendum est, ne, etc.: non admissum ... venio, sed cautum ne admittant, to prevent, L.: quod ut ne accidat cavendum est.

— Beware of, take care not, be sure you do not: cave dixeris, T.: cave faxis Te quicquam indignum, H.: cave sis mentiaris: cave roget te, H.: armis concurrant arma cavete, V.: caveri foedere, ut, etc., that provision should be made: cavisse deos ut libertas defendi posset, L.

—With acc, to guard against, be aware of, beware of, provide against, keep clear of: tu, quod cavere possis, stultum admitterest, T.: cur hoc non caves?: cavebat Pompeius omnia, ne, etc.: vallum, Cs.: hunc tu caveto, H.: hoc caverat mens provida, had prevented, H.: Fata cavens, V.: cavenda est etiam gloriae cupiditas: Quid quisque vitet, numquam homini satis Cautum est, H.: in quibus cave vereri (i. e. noli): caveret id petere a populo R., quod, etc., S.: occursare capro caveto, V.: commisisse cavet, quod, etc., H.

—In law, to take care for, provide, order, decree, dispose of, stipulate: cum ita caverent, si: altera (lex) ipsis sepulcris cavet: de quibus (agris) foedere cautum est: sibi se privatim nihil cavere, to stipulate, L.: si cautum esset eos testimonium non esse dicturos.

— With ab, to make oneself secure, procure bail, take surety: obsidibus inter se, Cs.: nisi prius a te cavero, ne quis amplius, etc.: ab sese caveat neminem esse acturum, etc., take security: quid ita Flavio sibi cavere non venit in mentem.

—To make secure, give security, guarantee, C.: (civitates) obsidibus de pecuniā cavent, Cs.: quoniam obsidibus cavere inter se non possint, Cs.

—With dat, to keep from, protect, have a care for, make safe, take care of: quod regi amico cavet, non reprehendo: melius ei cavere volo, quam ipse aliis solet: aliis cavit, non cavet ipsi sibi, O.
 
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