Definition of fatigo
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Orthography ID = 1006121
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LEM
fatīgō, fatīgāre, fatīgāvī, fatīgātus
* fatis (2 FA-)
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to weary, tire, fatigue, vex, harass, fret
  2. [figuratively] to weary, fatigue, importune, harass, plague, torment, vex, lay siege to
  3. to vex with raillery, jeer, banter
Abbreviations
fatīgō āvī, ātus, āre * fatis (2 FA-)+ago, to weary, tire, fatigue, vex, harass, fret: dentem in dente, O.: (armenta) sole, V.: pugnā atroci semet, L.: sonitu vicina, O.: lolium tribulique fatigant messīs, mar, O.: (sicarii) sunt vinclis et carcere fatigandi: (milites) aestu fatigati, Cs.: Daedalus, O.

—Fig., to weary, fatigue, importune, harass, plague, torment, vex, lay siege to: prece Vestam, H.: singulos precibus, L.: sapientium animos, S.: Consiliis animum, H.: remigio noctemque diem{*} que, wear out, V.: neque aliud se fatigando nisi odium quaerere, S.: dolis fatigari, S.: denique saepius fatigatus lenitur, S.: Hersilia precibus raptarum fatigata orat, etc., L.

—To vex with raillery, jeer, banter, Iu.
 
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