battuo

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Etymology[edit]

From Gaulish. Compare Welsh bathu (beat); Old English beadu (battle), bēatan (to beat), bytl (hammer, mallet).

From the same Proto-Indo-European root *bʰedʰ-, *bʰew- (to hit, strike) as fūstis, futuō.

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present active battuō, present infinitive battuere, perfect active battuī (no passive perfect forms)

  1. I beat, hit, pound, beat up.
  2. I fight.

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