Definition of linquo
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Orthography ID = 1009338
1.
LEM
linquō, linquere, līquī, -
LIC-
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to go away, leave, quit, forsake, depart from
  2. [figuratively] to leave, give up, resign, abandon, relinquish
Abbreviations
linquō līquī, -, ere LIC-, to go away, leave, quit, forsake, depart from: Linquebat comite ancillā, Iu.: terrani: Nil intentatum nostri liquere poetae, H.: nil inausum, i. e. try everything, V.: trepidantem liquerunt nervi, strength forsook him, O.: Linquor et cado, swoon away, O.: Linquebant dulcīs animas, died, V.: Socios, abandon, V.: promissa procellae, i. e. not to keep, Ct.: alquem Seminecem, V.

—Fig., to leave, give up, resign, abandon, relinquish: haec: Linque severa, H.
 
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