Definition of flagito
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Orthography ID = 1006311
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LEM
flāgitō, flāgitāre, flāgitāvī, flāgitātus
2 FLAG-
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to demand urgently, require, entreat, solicit, press, importune, dun
Abbreviations
flāgitō āvī, ātum, āre, freq. 2 FLAG-, to demand urgently, require, entreat, solicit, press, importune, dun: sed flagitat tabellarius: insto, posco, atque adeo flagito crimen: consulis auxilium: ne eius sceleris in te quaestio flagitaretur: cum stipendium ab legionibus flagitaretur, Cs.: admonitum venimus te, non flagitatum: a propinquo suo socerum suum: id ex omnibus partibus ab eo flagitabatur, Cs.: id, quod ille me flagitat: amicum Largiora, H.: semper, ut convocaremur: (stomachus) pernā Flagitat refici, H.: quae sint ea numina Flagitat, V.
 
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