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fŏvĕo
transitive verb II conjugation

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1 to warm, keep warm
2 to refresh, soothe
3 to bathe
4 to massage
5 (breath) to freshen
6 (wounds) to nurse
7 to fondle, caress
8 (hope) to cherish
9 to foster, nurture
10 to take the side of
11 to support, encourage
12 to pamper

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aliquem foveo || aliquem plausu foveo || Faberium foveo || castra foveo || voluntatem foveo || amplexu foveo || animas foveo || aliquid in pectore foveo || alias partes foveo || aeger, colla fovet || aqua calida foveto || agricola subolem ex illis residuam fovet || arida scintillam quoque fovent usque in incendium || apes nescio qua dulcedine laetae progeniem fovent || gallinae pullos ita tuentur ut pinnis foveant || nares exulceratas fovere vapore aquae calidae || animas et olentia Medi ora fovent illo (malo)


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