Definition of sero
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Orthography ID = 1015079
1.
LEM
serō, serere, sēvī, satus
1 SA-
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to sow, plant
  2. [of land] to bestrew, plant, sow, cultivate
  3. [people] to beget, bring forth, produce
  4. [usu. P. perf.] begotten, born, sprung
  5. [figuratively] to sow the seeds of, found, establish, produce, cause, excite
  6. to scatter, spread, disseminate
Abbreviations
serō sēvī, satus, ere 1 SA-, to sow, plant: in iugero agri medimnum tritici seritur: frumenta, Cs.: serit arbores, quae alteri saeculo prosint: Nullam sacrā vite prius severis arborem, H.: alqd in solo: hordea campis, V.: (arbores) meā manu satae.

—Of land, to bestrew, plant, sow, cultivate: quot iugera sint sata: iste serendus ager, O.

—Of persons, to beget, bring forth, produce: sunt Bruti serendi: nec fortuito sati et creati sumus.

—Usu. P. perf., begotten, born, sprung: Ilia cum Lauso de Numitore sati, O.: largo satos Curetas ab imbri, O.: sata Tiresiā Manto, O.: non sanguine humano satum se esse, L.: satus Anchisā, son of Anchises, V.: satae Peliā, daughters of Pelias, O.

—Fig., to sow the seeds of, found, establish, produce, cause, excite: mores: cum patribus certamina, stir up, L.: civilīs discordias, L.

—To scatter, spread, disseminate: apud plebis homines crimina in senatum, L.: Rumores, V.
 
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