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Dictionary Latin English: abire

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Latin English
VERB   abire [irreg.] | abeo | abii | abitum
abire [irreg.]to cease
abire [irreg.]to depart
abire [irreg.]to die
abire [irreg.]to disappear
abire [irreg.]to end
abire [irreg.]to retire
abire [irreg.]to terminate
abire [irreg.]to vanish
abire [irreg.]to go away
abire [irreg.]to go forth
abire [irreg.]to go off
abire [irreg.]to leave off
abire [irreg.]to pass away
abire [irreg.]to take off [coll.] [depart]
abire [irreg.]to turn aside
abire [irreg.]to turn out
2 Words
magistratu abire [irreg.]to resign
5+ Words
abire [irreg.] in corpus corpore tototo pass with their whole body into another
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