Definition of edo
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Orthography ID = 1005079
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LEM
ēdō, ēdere, ēdidī, ēditus
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to give out, put forth, bring forth, raise, set up
  2. to bring forth, give birth to, bear, produce, beget
  3. to produce
  4. to put forth, publish
  5. to set forth, publish, relate, tell, utter, announce, declare, disclose
  6. to give out, promulgate, proclaim, ordain
Abbreviations
ē-dō didī, ditus, ere, to give out, put forth, bring forth, raise, set up: animam, i. e. die: vitam, to end: spiritum: clamorem, utter: voces: questūs, O.: Maeander in sinum maris editur, discharges, L.: ordo editus in altum.

—To bring forth, give birth to, bear, produce, beget: partum: quem partu edidit, V.: geminos, O.: Electram Atlas Edidit, V.

—P. pass.: in lucem, C. poet.: partu, O.: de flumine, O.: Maecenas atavis regibus, H.

—To produce: (tellus) Edidit species, O.: utrum alios terra ediderit, L.

—To put forth, publish: de re p. libros: delere licebit Quod non edideris, H.

—To set forth, publish, relate, tell, utter, announce, declare, disclose: quid in magistratu gesserint: carmen post rem actam editum, L.: hominis nomen, H.: veros ortūs, O.: mea fata tibi, O.: oraculum: haec ex oraculo edita tibi: illum iactum per inane, O.: auctorem doctrinae falso Pythagoran, L.: (hunc) filium ediderim, am inclined to call him, L.: opinio in volgus edita, spread abroad, Cs.: in volgus edit, profectum, etc., N.: editis hostium consiliis, divulged, L.

—To give out, promulgate, proclaim, ordain: verba: iudicium: mandata edita, L.: quid fieri vellet, L.

—To designate, name: hostiae, quibus editum est diis, caesae, L.: iudices editi (cf. editicii): sibi eum edidit socium.

—To bring forth, show, display, produce, perform, bring about, cause, inflict: oves nullum fructum edere possent: contemptus hostis cruentum certamen edidit, L.: ingentem caedem, L.: trepidationis aliquantum, L.: facinus, perpetrate: (scelus) in me: munus gladiatorium, exhibit, L.: exemplum severitatis: in te exempla, make an example of you, T.: in eos omnia exempla cruciatūsque, Cs.
 
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