Definition of lustro
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Orthography ID = 1009470
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LEM
lūstrō, lūstrāre, lūstrāvī, lūstrātus
2 lustrum
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to light up, illuminate, make bright
  2. to review, survey, observe, examine
  3. to go around, encircle
  4. to go round, wander over, traverse
  5. [figuratively in religion] to make bright, purify by a propitiatory offering
  6. to review, consider
Abbreviations
lūstrō āvī, ātus, āre 2 lustrum, to light up, illuminate, make bright: lampade terras (Aurora), V.

—To review, survey, observe, examine: lumine corpus, V.: tua vestigia, search for thee, V.: omnia eundo, O.: exercitum apud Iconium.

—To go around, encircle: regem choreis, V.

—To go round, wander over, traverse: (terrae) tuis victoriis lustra tae sunt: latitudinem orbis: navibus aequor, V.: pede barbaro Lustrata Rhodope, H.: fugā harenam, Iu.

—Fig., in religion, to make bright, purify by a propitiatory offering: in lustrandā coloniā: exercitum suovetaurilibus, L.: senem flammā, O.: Lustramur, purify ourselves, V.: se centum ovis, Iu.

—To review, consider: omnia ratione animoque.
 
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