Definition of trepido
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Orthography ID = 1016693
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LEM
trepidō, trepidāre, trepidāvī, trepidātus
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. [people] to hurry with alarm, be in confusion, be agitated, be disturbed
  2. to tremble at, be afraid of
  3. [people] to waver, hesitate, tremble, be at a loss
  4. [of things] to tremble, waver, shake, flicker, palpitate
Abbreviations
trepidō āvī, ātus, āre trepidus.

—Of persons, to hurry with alarm, be in confusion, be agitated, be disturbed: festinare, trepidare, S.: Quid est quod trepidas, T.: trepidante totā civitate ad excipiendum Poenum, L.: artos circum cavos (mures), Ph.: nobis trepidandum in acie instruendā erat, L.: Dum trepidant alae, V.: lymphati trepidare coeperunt, Cu.: recenti mens trepidat metu, H.: formidine belli, O.: ultra Fas, H.: Trepidari sentio et cursari rursum prorsum, T.: totis trepidatur castris, Cs.

—To tremble at, be afraid of: harundinis umbram, Iu.: Ne trepidate meas, Teucri, defendere naves, V.: trepidat, ne Suppositus venias, Iu.

—Of persons, to waver, hesitate, tremble, be at a loss: per alia atque alia pavida consilia, L.

—Of things, to tremble, waver, shake, flicker, palpitate: (aqua) per pronum trepidat cum murmure rivum, H.: flammae trepidant, H.: Sic aquilam pennā fugiunt trepidante columbae, O.: cuius octavum trepidavit aetas Claudere lustrum, has hastened, H.
 
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