Definition of congero
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Orthography ID = 1003373
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LEM
congerō, congerere, congessī, congestus
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to bring together, collect, heap up, throw together
  2. to make, build, construct, erect, pile
  3. [figuratively] in discourse, to bring together, comprise, mass
  4. to heap up, pile, accumulate, impose, load
Abbreviations
con-gerō gessī, gestus, ere, to bring together, collect, heap up, throw together: vim auri in regnum: undique quod, etc., N.: congestis undique saccis, H.: turea dona, V.: viaticum: congestis armis, O.: in suam sua viscera alvum, O.: Midae in os grana: scuta illi (virgini) congesta, L.

—To make, build, construct, erect, pile: aram sepulcri arboribus, V.: congestum caespite culmen, thatched, V.: locus quo congessere palumbes (sc. nidum), V.

—Fig., in discourse, to bring together, comprise, mass: operarios omnes: (turbam) in hunc sermonem.

—To heap up, pile, accumulate, impose, load: ad alquem omnia ornamenta: beneficia in aliquem, L.: spes in unum Te mea congesta, centred, O.: maledicta in aliquem: iuveni triumphos, Ta.
 
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