Definition of debeo
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Orthography ID = 1003997
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LEM
dēbeō, dēbēre, dēbuī, dēbitus
dehibeo
verb (2nd conjugation)
  1. to withhold, keep back
  2. to owe, be in debt
  3. [with accusative] to owe, be under obligation to give, be bound to render
  4. [with infinitive] to be bound, be under obligation, ought, must, should
  5. [passive] to be due, be owing
  6. to be bound, be destined, be fated, owe by fate
Abbreviations
dēbeo uī, itus, ēre for dehibeō

— de + habeo, to withhold, keep back: alqd tibi absenti: tibi hoc video non posse deberi, i. e. you will not consent to remain my creditor.

—To owe, be in debt: illis quibus debui, T.: ut illi quam plurimi deberent, S.: qui se debere fateantur (i. e. debitores esse), Cs.: (argentum) Bacchidi, T.: pecuniam Cluvio: pecuniam pro domo: grandem pecuniam, S.: Quid si animam debet, is over head and ears in debt, T.: pecunia iamdiu debita: legioni frumentum deberi sciebat, Cs.

—With acc, to owe, be under obligation to give, be bound to render: hoc tibi pro servitio, T.: ei res p. gratiam debet: patriae quid debeat, what are his duties, H.: dies Longa videtur opus debentibus, to laborers, H.: nil caelestibus, V.: Navis, quae debes Vergilium art responsible for, H.

—With inf, to be bound, be under obligation, ought, must, should: ferre contra patriam arma debuerunt?: Africam sorte obtinere, Cs.: hoc rescribere, H.: summae se iniquitatis condemnari debere, si, etc., Cs.: dici beatus Ante obitum nemo debet, O.: Nec quā debebat (sc. amare), amabat, within the bounds of duty, O.

—Pass, to be due, be owing: Veneri reliquum tempus deberi arbitrabatur: hoc nunc Laus illi debetur, H.

— To be bound, be destined, be fated, owe by fate: fatis iuvenescere debent geniti, O.: Urbem cerno debere nepotes, are destined to found, O.: ventis ludibrium, H.: cui regnum Romanaque tellus Debentur, V.: Debemus morti nos nostraque, H.: Omnia debentur vobis, O.

—Fig., to owe, be indebted for, have to thank for: beneficium Maximo: vobis omnia, Cs.: quantum cuique deberet, N.: Priami plurima natis, V.: fac me multis debere, am under obligations: tibi nos debere fatemur, Quod, etc., O.
 
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