Definition of commeo, conmmeo
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Orthography ID = 1003091
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LEM
commeō, commeāre, commeāvī, commeātus
conmmeō, conmmeāre, conmmeāvī, conmmeātus
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to go and come, pass to and fro, move back and forth, go about
  2. to come, have recourse, make frequent visits, frequent
Abbreviations
com-meō (conm-) āvī, ātus, āre, to go and come, pass to and fro, move back and forth, go about: ultro citro: tuto ab hostium incursu, Cs.: quā viā omnes commeabant, N.: illo mari, Ta.: ad ea furta quae reliquisses.

—To come, have recourse, make frequent visits, frequent: huc raro in urbem, T.: minime ad eos, Cs.: quo omnes cum mercibus commeabant: illius litterae ad nos.
 
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