Definition of gesto
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Orthography ID = 1006789
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LEM
gestō, gestāre, gestāvī, gestātus
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to bear, carry, have, wear, wield
  2. to carry, furnish, present
Abbreviations
gestō āvī, ātus, āre, freq. gero, to bear, carry, have, wear, wield: alqm puerum in manibus, T.: spicula manu, V.: laevā taurorum tergora (i. e. scutum), O.: electra nuribus gestanda Latinis, O.: Non obtunsa pectora, V.: mercem sine fucis, H.: caput adfixum gestari iussit in pilo: porticus in quā gestetur dominus, to air himself, Iu.

—Fig.: gestandus in sinu, i. e. to be dearly loved, T.: te in oculis, to cherish, T.

—To carry, furnish, present: cibos pugnantibus, Ta.
 
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