Definition of devoveo
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Orthography ID = 1004459
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LEM
dēvoveō, dēvovēre, dēvōvī, dēvōtus
verb (2nd conjugation)
  1. to vow, devote, offer, sacrifice
  2. [figuratively] to devote, give up, attach
  3. to mark out, destine, appoint, doom
  4. to curse, execrate
  5. [poetic] to bewitch
Abbreviations
dē-voveō vōvī, vōtus, ēre, to vow, devote, offer, sacrifice: Marti ea, quae bello ceperint, Cs.: Dianae alqd pulcherrimum: gnatam pro mutā agnā, H.: se ipsos dis pro re p.: se pro patriā, L.: se aris, V.: auspicio se: devota morti pectora, H.

—Fig., to devote, give up, attach: vobis animam hanc, V.: suos annos soli tibi, O.: se amicitiae alicuius, Cs.

—To mark out, destine, appoint, doom: Annio hostiam: pesti devota futurae Phoenissa, V.

—To curse, execrate: se, N.: natum suum, O.: suas artīs, O.

—To bewitch (poet.): aliquem traiectis lanis, O.
 
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