Definition of plaudo
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Orthography ID = 1012338
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LEM
plaudō, plaudere, plausī, plausus
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to clap, strike, beat
  2. to clap the hands in approval, applaud
  3. to express approbation, approve, applaud, praise
Abbreviations
plaudō sī, sus, ere, to clap, strike, beat: alis Plaudens columba, with her wings, V.: pennis, O.: pectora manu, O.: pedibus choreas, i. e. keep time in the choral dance, V.: plausis alis, fluttered, O.

—To clap the hands in approval, applaud: manūs suas in plaudendo consumere: donec cantor, vos plaudite, dicat, i. e. to the end, H.: huic ita plausum est, ut salvā re p. Pompeio plaudi solebat: his in theatro plaudebatur, they were applauded.

— To express approbation, approve, applaud, praise: dis hominibusque plaudentibus: mihi plaudo Ipse domi, H.: plaudendum funus, Iu.
 
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