Definition of loco
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Orthography ID = 1009382
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LEM
locō, locāre, locāvī, locātus
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to place, put, lay, set, dispose, arrange
  2. [figuratively] to place, put, set, lay, fix, establish, constitute
  3. to place in marriage, give away, give in marriage, marry
  4. to let, lease, hire, farm out
  5. to give out on contract, contract for making, have done by contract
  6. to put out, place profitably
Abbreviations
locō āvī (locāssint, for locāverint, C.), ātus, āre locus, to place, put, lay, set, dispose, arrange: cohortes in fronte, S.: cadavera in arcā, N.: crates adversas locari iubet, Cs.: cum sol ita locatus fuisset, ut, etc.: Fundamenta (urbis), V.: litore Moenia, V.: vicos, Ta.: stipendium, S.

—Fig., to place, put, set, lay, fix, establish, constitute: inter recte factum atque peccatum media locabat quaedam: eo loco locati sumus, ut, etc.: prudentia est locata in delectu bonorum et malorum, consists in.

—To place in marriage, give away, give in marriage, marry: filiam suam, T.: nuptum virginem adulescenti, T.

—To let, lease, hire, farm out: vectigalia: agrum frumento, L.: fundum: vocem, i. e. rant for pay (on the stage), Iu.: disciplina (histrionis) locabat se non minus HS CCCI, yielded.

—To give out on contract, contract for making, have done by contract: statuam faciendam: anseribus cibaria publice locantur (sc. praebenda): Iunoni templum (sc. exstruendum), L.: secanda marmora, H.

—To put out, place profitably: beneficia apud gratos, L.: Bene facta male locata male facta arbitror, Enn. ap. C.
 
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