Definition of convenio
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Orthography ID = 1003597
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LEM
conveniō, convenīre, convēnī, conventus
verb (4th conjugation)
  1. to come together, meet, assemble, gather, come in a body
  2. to address, accost, meet, visit, obtain an interview with
  3. [figuratively] to come, fall
  4. to come to a decision, be concluded, be agreed on, be settled
  5. [impers] it is agreed, is settled
  6. to fit, be adapted to
Abbreviations
con-veniō vēnī, ventus, īre, to come together, meet, assemble, gather, come in a body: ex provinciā, Cs.: ad Caesarem gratulatum, Cs.: ad eum defendendum, N.: Romam Italia tota convenit: unum in locum, Cs.: in consilium frequentes: in unum, S.: civitates, quae in id forum convenirent, i. e. had their seat of justice in: clam inter se: uno in loco.

—To address, accost, meet, visit, obtain an interview with: Pamphilum, T.: Verrem: eum in itinere, Cs.: per Gabinium ceteros, S.: ut se conveniri nolit: conveniundi patris tempus, T.: aditum petentibus conveniendi non dabat, N.

— Fig., to come, fall: in manum, under tutelage (see manus), C.

—To come to a decision, be concluded, be agreed on, be settled: si in eo manerent, quod convenisset, Cs.: condiciones non convenerunt, N.: id convenerat signum, L.: id modo non conveniebat, quod, etc., on that point only there was no agreement, L.: pax convēnit, S.: in eas condiciones cum pax conveniret, L.: quod (signum) convenerat, Cs.: Haec fratri mecum non conveniunt, T.: quod tempus inter eos committendi proeli convenerat, Cs.: qui (iudex) inter adversarios convenisset: pacem conventam frustra fuisse, S.

—Impers, it is agreed, is settled: convenit, reliqua belli perfecta, is generally asserted, L.: quibus consulibus interierit non convenit, N.: pacto convēnit, ut, etc., L.: omnis exercitus, uti convenerat, deductus, etc., S.: tibi cum bonis civibus: conveniat mihi tecum necesse est, ipsum fecisse, etc., you and I must needs agree, that, etc.: quem ad modum (aedes) traderetur: inter consules satis, L.: saevis inter se convenit ursis, there is harmony, Iu.

—To fit, be adapted to: ad pedem apte: Dicitur toga convenisse Menandro, sat well on, H.

—To be fit, be suitable, become, consist, apply, belong, be appropriate: conveniunt mores, T.: Non bene conveniunt Maiestas et amor, agree, O.: in hunc ordinem: ad maximam partem: ad nummum convenit, agrees to a farthing: natura hominis cum universā: quid posterius priori non convenit?: viris laborem convenire, S.: Non hoc conveniet lyrae, H.: Haud convenit, ire, etc., T.: quid vos sequi conveniat: confestim te interfectum esse convenit: quo sidere terram Vertere Conveniat, V.: sit tibi curae Quantae conveniat Munatius, as dear as he ought to be, H.
 
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