Definition of frigeo
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Orthography ID = 1006514
1.
LEM
frīgeō, frīgēre, -, -
FRIG-
verb (2nd conjugation)
  1. to be cold, be chilly, freeze
  2. [figuratively] to be inactive, be lifeless, be languid, flag, droop
  3. to be coldly received, be coldly treated, be slighted, be disregarded
Abbreviations
frīgeō -, -, ere FRIG-, to be cold, be chilly, freeze: totus friget, T.: corpus lavant frigentis, i. e. of the dead, V.: frigent in corpore vires, V.

— Fig., to be inactive, be lifeless, be languid, flag, droop: ne frigeas in hibernis: Ubi friget, hu{*} evasit, halts, T.

—To be coldly received, be coldly treated, be slighted, be disregarded: hisce homines frigent, T.: discipulus frigens ad populum: plane iam, Brute, frigeo: contio Pompei frigebat, remained unnoticed: cum omnia consilia frigerent, were of no effect.
 
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