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From Proto-Indo-European *bʰel-. Cognates include Ancient Greek φλέγω (phlegō), I burn), Sanskrit भर्ग (bharga), radiance), English bleach, and German Bleichen (bleach).

present active flāgrō, present infinitive flāgrāre, perfect active flāgrāvī, supine flāgrātum.

  1. I burn, blaze
    • 106 - 43 BCECicero, Letters to Atticus 7:17.4
      totam enim Italiam flagraturam bello intellego.
      For I perceive that all Italy will be blazing with war.

Sources differ on placement of the macron: both flāgrō and flagrō have been used.

  • flagro” in Charlton T. Lewis & Charles Short (1879), A Latin Dictionary (Oxford: Clarendon Press)
  • James Morwood (1997) Oxford Latin Minidictionary, Oxford University Press, ISBN 0198601395, page 107

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