Definition of gravor
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LEM
gravor, gravārī, gravātus sum
of gravo, ofgravo
deponent verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to be burdened, feel incommoded, be vexed, take amiss, bear with reluctance, regard as a burden, hesitate, do unwillingly
Abbreviations
gravor ātus, ārī, dep. pass. of gravo, to be burdened, feel incommoded, be vexed, take amiss, bear with reluctance, regard as a burden, hesitate, do unwillingly: ne gravere, T.: gravari coepit, quod, etc.: ego vero non gravarer si, etc.: nec gravatus senex dicitur locutus esse, etc., L.: non esse gravatos homines prodire in campum: in conloquium venire, to be loath, Cs.: sua ad eum postulata deferre, shrink from bringing, Cs.: tibi reddere rationem, L.: quae voce gravaris, mente dares (sc. dare), V.: Pegasus equitem gravatus, i. e. throwing off, H.
 
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