abaeto

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present active ābaetō, present infinitive ābaetere, perfect active ābaetī, supine ābaetum

  1. I depart, leave, go away.
    • c. 254 BCE – 184 BCE, Plautus, Truculentus 96
      Ad fores auscultate atque adservate aedis, ne quis adventor gravior abaetat quam adveniat, neu, qui manus attulerit steriles intro ad nos, gravidas foras exportet.
      Keep alert at the door and look after the house, so that no arrival here can go away bearing more than he arrived with, or bring us in barren hands and carrying them out teeming.

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