con-iūrō


con-iūrō
   con-iūrō āvī, ātus, āre,    to swear together, swear in a body (of a levy en masse): ut iuniores Italiae coniurarent, Cs.—To swear together, combine under oath: omne Coniurat Latium, V.: inter se nihil acturos, etc., Cs. — Poet.: res (sc. cum alterā), combine, H.—Esp., to form a conspiracy, plot, conspire: non defenderem, si coniurasset: inter se, S.: cum aliquo in omne flagitium, L.: contra populum R., Cs.: adversus rem p., L.: de interficiendo Pompeio: ut in te grassaremur, L.: quo stuprum inferretur, L.: patriam incendere, S.

Latin-English dictionary. 2013.


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