Definition of conclamo
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Orthography ID = 1003300
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LEM
conclāmō, conclāmāre, conclāmāvī, conclāmātus
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to cry out together, shout, make acclaim
  2. in phrases, ad arma, to call to arms, signal for an attack
  3. vasa, to give the signal for packing up, i. e. for decamping (ellipt. for conclamare, ut vasa colligantur)
  4. to call for help
  5. to call loudly, cry violently, shout, exclaim
  6. of the dead, to call repeatedly by name, lament, bewail
Abbreviations
con-clāmō āvī, ātus, āre, to cry out together, shout, make acclaim: ad quorum casum gaudio, L.: 'procul este,' Conclamat vates, V.: a me conservatam esse rem p.: occasionem amittendam non esse, Cs.: ducendum ad sedes simulacrum, V.: quod Mithridates se velle dixit: laetum paeana, V: uti aliqui proderet, Cs.: conclamantibus omnibus, imperaret quod vellet, Cs.

—In phrases, ad arma, to call to arms, signal for an attack: ut ad arma conclamaretur, L.: conclamatum ad arma est, L.

— Vasa, to give the signal for packing up, i. e. for decamping (ellipt. for conclamare, ut vasa colligantur): iubet vasa militari more conclamari, Cs.: conclamatis vasis, Cs.

— To call for help: socios, O.: duros agrestīs, V.

—To call loudly, cry violently, shout, exclaim: Italiam, V.: quid ad se venirent, Cs.: conclamat virgo, cries out, O.

—Of the dead, to call repeatedly by name, lament, bewail: suos, L.

— Prov.: iam conclamatum est, all is lost, T.
 
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