Definition of corusco
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Orthography ID = 1003701
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LEM
coruscō, coruscāre, coruscāvī, coruscātus
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to move quickly, vibrate, shake, brandish, weave, tremble (poet.)
  2. to be in quick motion, flit, flutter, shake
  3. to flash, glitter, gleam, coruscate
Abbreviations
coruscō -, -, āre coruscus, to move quickly, vibrate, shake, brandish, weave, tremble (poet.): duo Gaesa manu, V.: telum, V.: linguas (colubrae), O.: frontem, toss, Iu.: Cunctanti telum, brandishes at, V.

—To be in quick motion, flit, flutter, shake: apes pennis coruscant, V.: (colubrae) linguā, O.: abies, trembles, Iu.

—To flash, glitter, gleam, coruscate: flamma inter nubīs coruscat: (apes) fulgore, V.
 
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