Definition of levo
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Orthography ID = 1009223
1.
LEM
levō, levāre, levāvī, levātus
1 levis
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to lift up, raise, elevate
  2. to make lighter, lighten, relieve, ease
  3. to take away, take
  4. [figuratively] to lighten, relieve, console, refresh, support
  5. to lighten, lessen, alleviate, mitigate
  6. to lessen, diminish, weaken, impair
Abbreviations
levō āvī (old fut perf. levāssō, Enn. ap. C.), ātus, āre 1 levis, to lift up, raise, elevate: sese, V.: Se de caespite, rise, O.: levat aura cycnum, H.: cubito levatus, O.

—To make lighter, lighten, relieve, ease: iumenta sarcinis levari iubet, S.: te fasce, V.: serpentum colla levavit, i. e. relieved (of his weight), O.: Fronde nemus, strip, V.: sed nec Damna levant, lighten the ship, Iu.

—To take away, take: furcā levat ille bicorni Sordida terga suis, takes down, O.: viro manicas levari iubet, V.

— Fig., to lighten, relieve, console, refresh, support: me levant tuae litterae: luctum solacio: Auxilio viros, V.: curam animi sermone: fonte sitim, slake, O.

—To lighten, lessen, alleviate, mitigate: sumptum sibi, T.: inopiam, Cs.: salutari arte fessos Corporis artūs, H.: poenam honore, O.: vario viam sermone, V.: calamitatem innocentium: volnerum metum: paupertatem propinqui, Iu.

—To lessen, diminish, weaken, impair: inconstantiā levatur auctoritas: Multa fidem promissa levant, H.

—To relieve, release, discharge, free: quod hibernis (civitas) levetur, Cs.: me hoc onere: Volsci levati metu, L.: qui hac opinione opera levandi sunt: pectora sollicitudinibus, H.: curā levata, O.

—To avert: omen, V.: ictum dextrā, H.
 
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