Definition of voveo
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Orthography ID = 1017690
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LEM
voveō, vovēre, vōvī, vōtus
verb (2nd conjugation)
  1. to vow, promise solemnly, engage religiously, pledge, devote, dedicate, consecrate
  2. to wish, desire, wish for
Abbreviations
voveō vōvī, vōtus, ēre, to vow, promise solemnly, engage religiously, pledge, devote, dedicate, consecrate: Herculi decumam: pro salute patriae sua capita: tibi hinc decimam partem praedae, L.: Dona quae femina voverat, O.: vovisse dicitur, uvam se deo daturum: se immolaturos vovere, Cs.: dictator ludos magnos vovit Veiis captis se facturum, L.: ludi voti, L.: Tyrrheno vindemia regi (Mezentio), i. e. solemnly promised, O.

—To wish, desire, wish for: Elige, quid voveas, O.: Quid voveat dulci nutricula maius alumno? H.: Ut tua sim voveo, O.
 
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