Definition of corripio, conripio
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Orthography ID = 1003685
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LEM
corripiō, corripere, corripuī, correptus
conripiō, conripere, conripuī, conreptus
com-
verb (3rd IO conjugation)
  1. to seize, snatch up, grasp, collect, take hold of, arrest
  2. to carry off, take as plunder, snatch away
  3. to attack, seize, catch, sweep, carry away
  4. to contract, shorten
  5. to hurry over, make haste over
  6. to quicken
Abbreviations
corripiō (conr-) ripuī, reptus, ere com- + rapio, to seize, snatch up, grasp, collect, take hold of, arrest: quos corripi atque interfici iussit, Cs.: arcum manu, V.: fascibus conreptis, S.: me, to start up, T.: a somno corpus, V.: Flumina correptos torquentia montīs, carried away, V.

—To carry off, take as plunder, snatch away: in corripiendis pecuniis: effigiem, V.

— To attack, seize, catch, sweep, carry away: flamma Corripuit tabulas, V.: morbi Corpora corripiunt, V.: imber (segetes), O.

—To contract, shorten: numina corripiant moras, O.

—To hurry over, make haste over: viam, V.: campum, V.

—To quicken: gradum. H.

—Fig., to reproach, reprove, chide, blame: omnes convicio Lentuli correpti, Cs.: correptus voce magistri, H.: hunc dictis, O.: correpti consules cum percunctarentur, under this rebuke, L.

— To seize upon, attack: hunc plausus Corripuit, V.: correpta cupidine, O.: militiā (i. e. militiae studio), V.: imagine visae formae, fascinated, O.
 
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