Definition of detestor
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Orthography ID = 1004408
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LEM
dētestor, dētestārī, dētestātus sum
deponent verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to curse, execrate, abominate
  2. to call down upon, denounce
  3. to avert, ward off, deprecate
Abbreviations
dē-testor ātus, ārī, dep., to curse, execrate, abominate: (te) tamquam auspicium malum: omnibus precibus Ambiorigem, Cs.: caput euntis hostili prece, O.: carmen detestandae familiae compositum, for an imprecation on the house, L.: exitum belli.

—To call down upon, denounce: pericula in caput eorum, L.

—To avert, ward off, deprecate: a me patriae querimoniam: memoriam consulatūs tui a re p.: invidiam: hoc omen.
 
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