Definition of coniveo, conniveo
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Orthography ID = 1002765
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LEM
cōnīveō, cōnīvēre, cōnīvuī, -
connīveō, connīvēre, connīvuī, -
-, -, cōnīxī, -
-, -, connīxī, -
verb (2nd conjugation)
  1. to shut the eyes, blink
  2. [of the eyes] to close, shut, be heavy
  3. [figuratively] to be dull, drowse, be languid
  4. to leave unnoticed, overlook, connive, wink
Abbreviations
cōnīveō (not conn-), -, ēre, to shut the eyes, blink: somno: altero oculo.

—Of the eyes, to close, shut, be heavy: coniventes oculi: (oculis) somno coniventibus.

—Fig., to be dull, drowse, be languid: blandimenta, quibus sopita virtus coniveret.

—To leave unnoticed, overlook, connive, wink: quibusdam in rebus: in tantis sceleribus.
 
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