Definition of prehendo, praehendo, prendo
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LEM
prehendō, prehendere, prehendī, prehensus
praehendō, praehendere, praehendī, praehensus
prēndō, prēndere, prēndī, prēnsus
HED-
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to lay hold of, grasp, snatch, seize, catch, take
  2. to seize, take violent possession of, occupy, enter
  3. to catch, hold, check, stop, arrest, detain
  4. to catch, seize, surprise, overtake
  5. [figuratively] to apprehend, comprehend
Abbreviations
prehendō (prae-) and prēndo dī, sus, ere HED-, to lay hold of, grasp, snatch, seize, catch, take: Crassum manu: prehendi hominem iussit: arbusta, quorum stirpīs tellus amplexa prehendit.

—To seize, take violent possession of, occupy, enter: Pharum, Cs.: quam prendimus arcem, take refuge in, V.: Italiae oras, i. e. reach, V.

—To catch, hold, check, stop, arrest, detain: tuos pater modo me prendit

—ait, etc., T.: Syrus est prendendus, atque exhortandus mihi, T.: (me dea) dextrā prehensum Continuit, V.: Septimium.

—To catch, seize, surprise, overtake: in patenti Prensus Aegaeo, H.

— Fig., to apprehend, comprehend: cum animus ipsum (res omnīs) moderantem prenderit.
 
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