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Lewis : proclamo

proclamo, proclāmo, āvi, ātum, 1, v. a., to call or cry out, to vociferate. In gen. (class.): assunt, defendunt, proclamant, Cic. Verr. 2, 5, 42, § 108: patre proclamante, se filiam jure caesam judicare, Liv. 1, 26: magnā proclamat voce Diores, Verg. A. 5, 345: quid non proclames, si, etc., Juv. 2, 75.

In partic., in jurid. lang. To defend, to clamor in defence: proclamando pro sordidis hominibus, Liv. 22, 26, 2 (cf. proclamator).

Proclamare ad or in libertatem, to assert one's liberty, to appeal to the judge to maintain one's liberty: ad libertatem, Dig. 40, 12, 42; 40, 13, 1; cf.: ad ingenuitatem, ib. 40, 14, 4: in libertatem, ib. 40, 12, 7; 40, 4, 59.