Definition of senesco
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Orthography ID = 1015010
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LEM
senēscō, senēscere, senuī, -
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to grow old, become aged, grow hoary
  2. to decay, lose strength, grow weak, be enfeebled, waste away, decline
  3. to waste, wane, decline, fall off, be diminished, be impaired
Abbreviations
senēscō nuī, -, ere, inch. seneo, to grow old, become aged, grow hoary: aetas senescit: tacitis senescimus annis, O.: Solve senescentem mature equum, H.

—To decay, lose strength, grow weak, be enfeebled, waste away, decline: famā et viribus, L.: non esse cum aegro senescendum, L.: dis hominibusque accusandis senescere, pine away, L.: amore habendi, H.

—To waste, wane, decline, fall off, be diminished, be impaired: luna (opp. crescens), waning: arbores cum lunā senescentes: continuā messe senescit ager, is worn out, O.: hiemps senescens, closing: omnia orta occidunt et aucta sanescunt, S.: alcuius vis, L.: consilia, L.: amor, O.
 
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