Definition of concino
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1.
LEM
concinō, concinere, concinuī, -
com-
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. [intransitively] to sound in concert, to sing harmoniously
  2. [figuratively] to agree, harmonize, accord
  3. [trans] to sing, celebrate in song, magnify
  4. to sing prophetically, prophesy
Abbreviations
concinō cinuī, -, ere com- + cano, intrans, to sound in concert, sing harmoniously: concinunt tubae, L.: concinit albus olor, O.

—Fig., to agree, harmonize, accord: inter se: cum alquo: concinentīs collegas audire, L.

—Trans, to sing, celebrate in song, magnify: haec flebilibus modis concinuntur: laetos dies, H.: Carmina, Ct.: laudes Iovi, Tb.

—To sing prophetically, prophesy: omen, Pr., amanti omina, O.
 
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