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invenit

[ in-wey-nit; English in-vey-nit ]

Latin.
  1. he invented it; she invented it. : inv.


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You will remember it was said of the Emperor Augustus: Urbem lateritiam invenit, marmoream reliquit.

Auri metalla et conflaturam Cadmus Phœnix (invenit) ad Pangum montem.

(c) Menon.Menon Phoroneo æqualis litteras in Ægypto invenit.

Certe inter quos et quibus tam benignus et misericors extiterat rex iste, hos tandem invenit ingratissimos, ut Christus Judæos.

Nec consitiones modo delectant, sed etiam insitiones, quibus nihil invenit agri cultura sollertius.

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