Thomas Cooper
Thesaurus Linguae Romanae et Britannicae

Abeo, abis, abím, pen. prod. & per syncopam, ábij, ábitum, pen. cor. abîre, Discedere.

To goe away: to depart: to goe from. Prætor de sella surrexit, atque abijt. Cic. Rose out of his seate and departed. Abire à vel ab, aut de loco. Plan. Non abire possum ab his regionibus. De loco nunc quidem abijt pestilentia. Cic. Abire hinc, illine, istinc, inde. Terent. Non tu hinc abis? Wilt thou not be gone, or get thee hence? Quum inde abeo. Terent. When I ment from thence. Sine me hinc abire. Plaut. Let me goe from hence. Abire vibe, pro Ab vibe. Plaut. Abijt domo ad legiones. Plaut. From home to the armie. Abire ab aliquo. Plaut. Abeo ab illis. Plaut. I goe my way from them. Abire ab vel ex oculis, è conspectu, &c. Plaut. Liu. To goe out of ones sight. Vide ne res abeat à nobis. Cic. Take heede the matter scape vs not. Abire ab aliquo pro Exire ab eius ædibus. Terent. To depart out of ones house. Abire aliquò, fere pro Ire ponitur. Iube hanc abire ad te. Plaut. Commaund hit to depart to your house. Abijtad deos. Cic. He is gone to heauen the is made asainct or a god. In angulum aliquò abire. Terent. To get him out of the way into some cornet. In ex lium abierunt. Liu. They went into volunfary exile or banishment. Abeo intrò. Terent. I goe my way in. Ne abeas longins. Terent. Goe not farre from kinte. Illo abeunte peregrè. Plinius. While he ment forth of the towne, or forth into uraung conntries. Abire impunè, Vide IMPVNS. Abi illis obuiam. Terent. Goe meete them. Quasi verò mihi difficile sit quamuis multos nominatim proferre, (ne longius abeam) vel tribuleis, vel vicinos meos, &c. Cic. To seeke no further. Non longè abieris. Cic. Thou malt not goe fatte for example. Longè res abibit. Vlpian. Ne in infinitum abeamus. Plin. That we may not goe about to recken or rehearse things insintte: or, not to goe or wander exceeding farte from our purpose. Paphum sublimis abit. Virg. Pro in Paphum. Exulatum abijt salus. Plaut. All hope of safegard is gone and banished, or is lost. Abi deambulatum. Terent. Goe walke. Exulatum abierunt Liu. They be gone into banishment. Abire pessum. Plaut. To decay or goe to naught: to runne headlong: to goe to a mischiefe. Abire Tatentum, vel in Afiam ad mercaturam. Plaut. Terent. Iam fides abijt. Liuius. Nowe it is not beleeued: or it is not thought credible or likely. Animus abijt in varios cursus. Ouid. His mind made a great discourse. Ferrum in corpus. Stat. Went or pearced into the bodie. Hasta viri trans pectus abijt. Statius. Went or pearted cleane th<*>ough, &c. Quorum vetustate memoria abijt. Liu. Which were forgotten or out of remembraunte, by reason of long continuance of time. Modus abijt. Ouid. There is no meane or measure at all. Nausea iam plane abijt. Cic. Is ceased. In cominissura abibunt pedes tres. Cato. In the isyning, three foote will be lost. De loco nunc quidem abijt pestilentia. Cic. Is gone: is ceased. Vt reditus agrorum, sic etiam pretium retro abijt. Plin. Iunior. Is diminished, or nor so great as it was wont to be. Sol abijt. Plaut. The sunne is gone lower or fatther from <*>s than it was. Spes victis telluris abit. Lucan. Is gone. Illa mea, quæ solebas antea laudare, ô hominem facilem, ô hospitem non grauem, abierunt. Cic. Are vanished, are ceased, are gone or worne. Abijt illud tempus. Cic. That time is gone and past. Dum hæc dicit, abijt hota. Terent. While the was speaking this, a whole hower passed. Hæc dum dubitas, menses abierunt decem. Terent. Thou hast spent whole tenne monethes in doubting of this matter. Abijt tutela ad propinquos. Horat. Id est, deuoluitur. Abijt oppidum in villas. Plin. Id est, ex oppido factæ sunt villæ. Præceps Fabius in vulnus abijt. Liu. He fell downe on the side he was wounded on. Abi tu sanè superior. Plaut. Sit thon higher<*> goe upper. Quò diuersus abis? Virg. Whither turnest thou: or whither goest thou cleaue contrary? Abeo à sensibus. Cic. I leaue to speake any more of senses. Abitum est à priore emptione. Paulus iuris. They went from the first bargaine: or, they stacke not to the first bargaine: or they brake, &c. Abire ab iure. Cic. To doe contrary to the law. E medio abijt. Terent. He is departed; he is dead. Sic abijt è vita. Cic. So he dted. Abire ad vulgi opinionem. Cic. To condiscend to the common peoples opinion. Abire magistratu, consulatu, &c. pro deponere magistratum, Consulatum, &c. Cic. Liu. To goe out of office: to giue ouer, or leaue off his office. Abire incœpto. Liu. To leaue of his purpose. Salicis fructus ante maturitatem in araneam abijt. Plin. Vanisheth away, &c. Totum stagnum in salem abit. Plin. Turned into salt: or was chauuged or conuerted, &c. Præsens quod fuerat malum, in diem abijt. Ter. Is deferred. Abire in ora hominum. Liuius. To be abroad in enery mans mouth: to be as a mocke or iest in enery mans mouth. In quos enim sumptus abeunt fructus prædiorum? Cic. Whervpon is the truenew of my sermes spent or wasted: Abire in ventos, Id est, obliuioni dari. Ouid. Abire sub iugum. Liu. To passe or goe vnder the gassies. Abeunt suisem radices. Cato. The roctes growe or come vpward. Mirabar, hoc si sic abiret. Tetent. I martieyled if this matter should so passe or scape. Quid ad rstas meptias abis? Cicero. What medlest thou with these phantasles: or why speakest thou of these tryfles? Abrpræ, Sosia. Terent Goe before. Tu abitacitus viam tuam. Plautus. Goe thy way and say nothing. Abire fuga. Virg. To flee.