Definition of deverto, diverto, devorto
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Orthography ID = 1004442
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LEM
dēvertō, dēvertere, dēvertī, -
dīvertō, dīvertere, dīvertī, -
dēvortō, dēvortere, dēvortī, -
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to turn away, turn aside, turn in, put up, betake oneself, go to lodge
  2. [figuratively] to digress
Abbreviations
dē-vertō or dēvortō tī, -, ere, to turn away, turn aside, turn in, put up, betake oneself, go to lodge: viā devertit, loses the way, L.: ad coponem: eius domum: in villam Pompei.

—Fig., to digress: redeamus illuc, unde devertimus: inde, L.
 
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