vomo

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From Proto-Indo-European *wem- (to spew, vomit). Cognate with Old English wemman (to defile). More at wem.

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present active vomō, present infinitive vomere, perfect active vomuī, supine vomitum

  1. (intransitive) I am sick; I vomit, puke, throw up; discharge.
  2. (transitive) I vomit up or forth; discharge, emit.

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