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401. Verbs meaning to remove, set free, be
absent, deprive, and want, take the Ablative (sometimes with ab or ex): -
For the Genitive
with verbs of separation and want, see §356. N.
- oculís sé privávit
(Fin. v.87), he deprived himself of eyes.
- omni Galliá
Rómánís interdícit (B. C. i. 46),
he (Ariovistus) bars the Romans from the whole of 61aul.
- ei aqua et Igni interdicitur (Vell. ii. 45), he is debarred the use of fire and water. [The regular
formula of banishment.]
- voluptátibus carore (Cat. M. 7), to lack enjoyments.
- nón egeó mediciná
(Lael. 10), I want no physic.
- levámur superstitióne,
líberámur mortis metú (Fin. i. 68), we
are relieved from superstition, we are freed from fear of death.
- solútí á
cupiditátibus (Leg. Agr. i. 27), freed from
- multós ex hís
incommodís pecúniá sé
líberásse (Verr. v.23), that many have freed
themselves by money from these inconveniences.