Definition of conquiesco
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Orthography ID = 1003481
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LEM
conquiēscō, conquiēscere, conquiēvī, conquiētus
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. (conquie_sti; conquie_sse), quie_tus, ere, to find rest, rest, repose, be idle, be inactive
  2. to go to sleep, take repose, take a nap
  3. to pause (in speaking)
  4. to pause, stop
  5. to stop, pause, rest, cease, be in repose
  6. [figuratively] to rest, be at peace, enjoy tranquillity
Abbreviations
con-quiēscō quiēvī (conquiēsti, C.; conquiēsse, L.), quiētus, ere, to find rest, rest, repose, be idle, be inactive: ut ne ad saxa quidem mortui conquiescant: ante iter confectum, to halt, Cs.: sub armis, Cs.: ex laboribus.

—To go to sleep, take repose, take a nap: meridie, Cs.

—To pause (in speaking): in conquiescendo.

— To pause, stop: numquam ante, quam, etc.: nec conquiesse, donec, etc., L.

—To stop, pause, rest, cease, be in repose: quando illius sica conquievit?: navigatio mercatorum, is closed: imbre conquiescente, L.: Italia a delectu, urbs ab armis.

— Fig., to rest, be at peace, enjoy tranquillity: nec nocte nec interdiu, L.: aures convicio defessae: in nostris studiis.
 
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