Definition of consecro
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Orthography ID = 1002800
1.
LEM
cōnsecrō, cōnsecrāre, cōnsecrāvī, cōnsecrātus
com-
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to dedicate, devote, offer as sacred, consecrate
  2. to honor as a deity, place among gods, deify, glorify
  3. to doom to destruction, devote, make accursed, execrate
  4. to surrender
  5. [figuratively] to devote, attach devotedly, ascribe as sacred
  6. to make immortal, immortalize
Abbreviations
cōnsecrō āvī, ātus, āre com- + sacro, to dedicate, devote, offer as sacred, consecrate: agros: locum certis circa terminis, L.: lucos ac nemora, Ta.: Caesaris statuam, Cs.: candelabrum Iovi: Siciliam Cereri: fratribus aras, S.

—To honor as a deity, place among gods, deify, glorify: Liberum: beluae numero consecratae deorum: Aeacum divitibus insulis, consign, i. e. immortalize, H.

— To doom to destruction, devote, make accursed, execrate: caput eius, qui contra fecerit: tuum caput sanguine hoc, L.

— To surrender: esse (se) iam consecratum Miloni, to the vengeance of.

— Fig., to devote, attach devotedly, ascribe as sacred: certis quibusdam sententiis quasi consecrati: utilitas (artis) deorum inventioni consecrata: (viros) ad inmortalitatis memoriam.

— To make immortal, immortalize: ratio disputandi (Socratis) Platonis memoriā consecrata: amplissimis monumentis memoriam nominis tui.
 
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