Definition of venio
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LEM
veniō, venīre, vēnī, ventus
BA-
verb (4th conjugation)
  1. to come
  2. [figuratively] to come
  3. [with in (rarely ad) and acc. of a condition or relation] to come into, fall into, enter
  4. [with ad, of a topic in speaking] to come to, reach, turn to
  5. to come, spring, arise, be produced, grow, descend
  6. to come, result, occur, happen
Abbreviations
veniō (imperf. venībat, T.; P. praes. gen. plur. venientūm, V.), vēnī, ventus, īre BA-, to come: imus, venimus, Videmus, T.: ut veni ad urbem, etc.: cum venerat ad se, home: Delum Athenis venimus: Italiam fato profugus, Laviniaque venit Litora, V.: novus exercitus domo accitus Etruscis venit, for the Etruscans, L.: Non nos Libycos populare penatīs Venimus, V.: in conspe{*}tum, Cs.: dum tibi litterae meae veniant, reaches you: hereditas unicuique nostrum venit, falls: Lilybaeum venitur, i. e. the parties meet at Lilybaeum: ad me ventum est, ut, etc., it has devolved upon me: (Galli) veniri ad se confestim existimantes, that they would be attacked, Cs.: ventum in insulam est: ubi eo ventum est, on arriving there, Cs.

—Fig., to come: contra rem suam me nescio quando venisse questus est, appeared: contra amici summam existimationem, i. e. to strike at: si quid in mentem veniet: tempus victoriae, Cs.: non sumus omnino sine curā venientis anni, for the coming year: veniens in aevom, H.: veniens aetas, the future, O.: cum matronarum ac virginum veniebat in mentem, when I thought of.

— With in (rarely ad) and acc. of a condition or relation, to come into, fall into, enter: venisse Germanis (Ambiorigem) in amicitiam, to have obtained the alliance of, Cs.: in calamitatem: in proverbi consuetudinem: ut non solum hostibus in contemptionem Sabinus veniret, sed, etc., had fallen into contempt, Cs.: sese in eius fidem ac potestatem venire, i. e. surrender at discretion, Cs.: in sermonem venisse nemini, i. e. has talked with: veni in eum sermonem, ut dicerem, etc., happened to say: summam in spem per Helvetios regni obtinendi venire, to indulge a confident hope, Cs.: prope secessionem res venit, almost reached the point, L.: ad ultimum dimicationis rati rem venturam, L.: Cum speramus eo rem venturam, ut, etc., H.: saepe in eum locum ventum est, ut, etc., to such a point that, Cs.: ad tuam veniam condicionem, will accept: ad summum fortunae, to attain, H.

—With ad, of a topic in speaking, to come to, reach, turn to: a fabulis ad facta: ad recentiores litteras.

—To come, spring, arise, be produced, grow, descend: Hic segetes, illic veniunt felicius uvae, i. e. grow, V.: arbores sponte suā, V.

—To come, result, occur, happen: in ceteris rebus cum venit calamitas: quod (extremum) cum venit (i. e. mors): si quando similis fortuna venisset, L.
 
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