accumulo
See also: accumulò
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EtymologyEdit
From ad + cumulō (“heap or pile up”), related to cumulus (“heap”).
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VerbEdit
accumulō (present infinitive accumulāre, perfect active accumulāvī, supine accumulātum); first conjugation
 I add to a heap, heap or pile up, accumulate, load, amass.
 I heap up earth over or around the roots of plants, trench up, cover.
 (figuratively) I heap, add, increase, enhance, augment, multiply, accumulate; exaggerate.
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SynonymsEdit
 (pile up): cumulō
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ReferencesEdit
 “accumulo” in Charlton T. Lewis & Charles Short, A Latin Dictionary, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1879.