Definition of defero
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Orthography ID = 1004074
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LEM
dēferō, deferre, detulī, delātus
verb (ferre conjugation)
  1. to bring away, carry off, take down, carry, take, remove
  2. to drive away, drive down, drive, force
  3. [figuratively] to bring, lead, carry
  4. to bring, give, grant, confer, allot, offer, transfer, deliver
  5. to give account of, report, announce, signify, state
  6. [in beginning a prosecution, with nomen] to report one's name (to the praetor), indict, impeach, complain of, accuse
Abbreviations
dē-ferō tulī, lātus, ferre, to bring away, carry off, take down, carry, take, remove: quae (dolia) amnis defert, V.: secundo Tiberi deferri, L.: ramalia arida tecto, O.: argentum ad eam, T.: litteras ad Caesarem, Cs.: natos ad flumina, V.: Germani ad castra Romanorum delati, Cs.: aurum in aerarium, L.: acies in praeceps deferri, L.: deferor hospes, drift, H.: praeceps in undas deferar, shall throw myself, V.: alqm in barathrum, Ct.: puerum huc, T.: hunc sub aequora, i. e. submerge, O.: huc impetus illam (hastam) Detulerat, drove, V.: quod (iaculum) detulit error in Idan, O.

—To drive away, drive down, drive, force: una (navis) delata Oricum, Cs.: (Labienus) longius delatus aestu, Cs.: quem tempestas in desertum litus detulisset.

— Fig., to bring, lead, carry: fortunae pignora in discrimen, L.: hac re ad consilium delatā, into consideration, Cs.

—To bring, give, grant, confer, allot, offer, transfer, deliver: ad hunc totius belli summam deferri, Cs.: omnia ad unum: sibi a Caesare regnum civitatis deferri, Cs.: honores mihi: de pace deferendā hostibus, L.: si quid petet, ultro Defer, H.: Delatis capsis, i. e. deposited (in a public library), H.

—To give account of, report, announce, signify, state: rem, Cs.: falsum numerum equitum, Cs.: nostra consilia ad adversarios: defertur ea res ad Caesarem, Cs.: haec Senecae, Ta.: id Carthaginem, N.: ad Caesarem, me paenitere consili mei: armari classem, V.: delatum est ad vos, quem ad modum fecerit.

—In beginning a prosecution, with nomen, to report one's name (to the praetor), indict, impeach, complain of, accuse: nomen huius de parricidio: de pecuniis repetundis nomen cuiuspiam: Sopatro eiusdem rei nomen, bring the same charge against Sopater: cur tibi nomen non deferrem?

—With crimen, to lodge an accusation: quod crimen, cum primum ad me delatum est: crimina in dominum delaturum se esse.

—With causam (poet.), to present, report: si iustae defertur causa querelae, Iu.

—In gen.: quae apud vos de me deferunt, the charges they make.

—To register, return, enter for registry (in the public archives): horum (iudicum) nomina ad aerarium: censum Romam: in beneficiis ad aerarium delatus est, recommended among the beneficiaries of the state: senatūs consultum factum ad aerarium, L.: senatūs consulta in aedem Cereris, L.: alqd in censum, to return for appraisal, L.
 
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