Definition of concieo
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Orthography ID = 1003275
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LEM
concieō, conciēre, concīvī, concitus
com-
verb (2nd conjugation)
  1. to bring together, call together, collect
  2. to move violently, shake, stir up
  3. [figuratively] to rouse, excite, stir up, provoke, inspire, instigate
Abbreviations
conciō, or concieō cīvī, citus, īre or ēre com- + cieo, to bring together, call together, collect: homines, L.: multitudinem ad se, L.: nunc concienda plebs, L.

—To move violently, shake, stir up: concitus imbribus amnis, O.: navis concita, O.: concita Tormento saxa, V.: hostem concitus aufert, at full speed, V.

—Fig., to rouse, excite, stir up, provoke, inspire, instigate: quantas turbas, T.: inter eos iram hanc, T.: Etruriam in arma, L.: bellum, L.: immani concitus irā, V.: pulso Thyias concita tympano, H.: insano concita cursu, O.
 
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