Definition of consulo
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Orthography ID = 1002910
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LEM
cōnsulō, cōnsulere, cōnsuluī, cōnsultus
com-, 2 SAL-
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to meet and consider, reflect, deliberate, take counsel, consult, take care, have regard, look out, be mindful
  2. to take a resolution, resolve, conclude, determine
  3. to consult, inquire of, ask for advice, counsel with, apply to, question
  4. to consult (a god, an oracle, etc.)
  5. to take counsel (of a lawyer), ask advice
  6. to refer to (an authority, a legislative body, etc.), consult
Abbreviations
cōnsulō luī, ltum, ere com-+2 SAL-, to meet and consider, reflect, deliberate, take counsel, consult, take care, have regard, look out, be mindful: tempus consulendi, T.: ad consulendum potestas, L.: ut animi trepidarent magis quam consulerent, L.: praesidium consulenti curiae, H.: inpensius, V.: in longitudinem, to take thought for the future, T.: in commune, for the common good, T.: in medium, V.: de salute suorum: ut illorum solitudo munita sit: custodi et consule longe (with ne), V.: ut urbi satis esset praesidii, consultum est: famae tuae: receptui suo, Cs.: rei p., S.: timori magis quam religioni, Cs.: mi consultum optime esse, T.: rerum summae, O.: male patriae, N.

— To take a resolution, resolve, conclude, determine: de uxore, S.: de nullis quam vobis infestius, L.: gravius in eum, S.: in humiliores libidinose, L.: in deditos durius, Ta.

—To consult, inquire of, ask for advice, counsel with, apply to, question: spectatas undas, quid se deceat, O.: pro te hos: si publice consuletur, Ta.: collegium consuli iussit, num, etc., L.: consulta, qualem Optet habere virum, asked, O.: te id, ask your opinion of it.

— Supin. acc.: ut esset, quo consultum plebes veniret, L.

— To consult (a god, an oracle, etc.): Apollinem de re: deum auguriis, L.: Phoebi oracula, O.: de se ter sortibus consultum, utrum, etc., Cs.: spirantia exta, V.: numen nunc extis nunc per aves, L.: consultus vates, V.

—To take counsel (of a lawyer), ask advice: de iure civili consuli: qui consuluntur, i. e. skilled in the law: licet consulere? (a formula of asking advice): consulere licebit? Consule, H.

—To refer to (an authority, a legislative body, etc.), consult: senatum, S.: senatum de foedere, Cs.: populum de eius morte: plebem in omnia (tribuni), L.

— To deliberate upon, consider: rem ordine, L.: consulere et explorare rem: quid agant, Cs.

— To advise, counsel, recommend: tun consulis quicquam? T.

— To resolve upon, determine, decide: potestas consulendi quid velis, T.: pessime istuc in te, T.: suae vitae durius, i. e. commit suicide, Cs.: quae reges male consuluerint, S.

—In the phrase, boni consulere, to regard favorably, take in good part: tu haec consule missa boni, O.
 
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