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Lewis : seneo

seneo, sĕneo, ēre, v. n. v. senex. Lit., to be old (very rare; perh. only in the foll. examples): quamquam aetas senet, Pac. ap. Prisc. p. 887; Cat. 4, 26.

Transf., to be weak, feeble: corpus meum tali maerore, errore, macore senet, Pac. ap. Non. 137, 1; (with languere) Att. ap. Prisc. p. 887 P.