Definition of cogo
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Orthography ID = 1002672
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LEM
cōgō, cōgere, coēgī, coāctus
com-
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to drive together, collect, crowd, bring together, summon, congregate, convene
  2. [fluids], to thicken, condense, curdle, coagulate, gather
  3. to contract, narrow, straiten
  4. to force, drive, press
  5. [with agmen] to bring up the rear
  6. to urge, force, compel, constrain
Abbreviations
cōgō coēgī, coāctus, ere com- + ago, to drive together, collect, crowd, bring together, summon, congregate, convene: certe cogit is qui congregat homines: coacti sunt si, etc.: pecus, V.: talenta ad quindecim Coegi, collected, T.: pecunias, to exact: pecuniam a civitatibus, to extort: ad iudicium familiam, Cs.: concilio coacto, Cs.: (equites) ex Latio, levy, S.: copias in unum locum, Cs.: ingens coacta vis navium est, L.: milites in provinciam, L.: ad militiam aliquos, S.: auxilia undique, V.: senatum, to convene, L.: cogimur in senatum: coguntur senatores gratiā: in senatum acerbe cogi, to be summoned: ovīs stabulis, V.

— Of fluids, to thicken, condense, curdle, coagulate, gather: caelum in quo nubes coguntur: in nubem cogitur aer, V.: frigore mella, V.: lac coactum, O.

— To contract, narrow, straiten: saltus in artas coactus fauces, L.: amnem in tenuem alvum, Cu.

—To force, drive, press: quercum cuneis coactis scindere, V.: vitīs in sulcum, V.

—With agmen, to bring up the rear, L.: ut nec agmen cogamus, are the last: stellae, quarum agmina cogit Lucifer, O.

— Fig.: in angustum meae coguntur copiae, my resources are brought into straits, T.: me defensionis in semihorae curriculum, restrict.

— To urge, force, compel, constrain: coactus legibus Eam uxorem ducet, T.: tam vehemens fui quam cogebar: vis cogendae militiae, L.: huic leges cogunt nubere hanc, T.: Orgetorigem causam dicere, Cs.: Iugurtham spem salutis in fugā habere, S.: vi ut rediret, T.: ut vos eum condemnetis: vi, ut eos paterentur, etc., Cs.: senatus cogitur ut decernat, ut, etc.: ingratiis ad depugnandum omnes, N.: ad proelia, V.: alquem in deditionem, L.: et scis in breve te cogi (of a book), are rolled up tightly, H.: finitumos armis sub imperium suum, S.: quod vos vis cogit, id, etc., T.: quod sua quemque mala cogebant, L.: quid non mortalia pectora cogis? V.: ad id, quod natura cogeret, accelerare, N.: quidquid cogebat ventris furor, Iu.: Invitus feci, lex coegit, T.: 'non licet.' At causa cogit: vagi quas nox coegerat sedes habebant, S.: nullo cogente, spontaneously, O.: lacrimae coactae, forced, V.: lacrimae coactae, uncontrollable, O.: nihil feci nisi coactus, on compulsion: coactus metu.

—To conclude: ex quibus id cogitur.
 
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