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See also lustró, and lustrò

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lustro

  1. First-person singular present tense of lustrare.

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lustro m (f lustra, m plural lustri, f plural lustre)

  1. shiny
  2. glossy

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lustro m. (plural lustri)

  1. shine, gloss
  2. prestige
  3. five-year period

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From lustrum (a purificatory sacrifice).

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present active lustrō, present infinitive lustrāre, perfect active lustrāvī, supine lustrātum.
  1. I purify by means of a propitiatory sacrifice.
  2. I circle, move in a circle around. (because the priest offering such a sacrifice did so)
  3. Patrono:Military I review, examine.
  4. (figuratively) I illuminate, make bright.
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From lustrum (a brothel, whorehouse).

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lustrō (genitive lustrōnis); m, third declension

  1. a vagabond, wanderer
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Number Singular Plural
nominative lustrō lustrōnēs
genitive lustrōnis lustrōnum
dative lustrōnī lustrōnibus
accusative lustrōnem lustrōnēs
ablative lustrōne lustrōnibus
vocative lustrō lustrōnēs

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  • Lustro” in Charlton T. Lewis & Charles Short, A Latin Dictionary, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1879

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Lustro n.

  1. mirror

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Lustro (infinitive lustrar)

  1. First-person singular (yo) present indicative form of lustrar.

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