recepto


recepto
rĕcepto, āre, āvi, ātum [recipio] - tr. - [st2]1 [-] retirer, reprendre. [st2]2 [-] recevoir (qqn), donner asile à, recéler.
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rĕcepto, āre, āvi, ātum [recipio] - tr. - [st2]1 [-] retirer, reprendre. [st2]2 [-] recevoir (qqn), donner asile à, recéler.
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    Recepto, receptas, receptare, Frequentatiuum. Terent. Retirer et comme loger chez soy.
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    Quo in tectum te receptes. Terent. Où tu te retireras à couvert.
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    Meum receptas filium ad te Pamphilum. Terent. Tu retires mon fils par devers toy.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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