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[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], immergere, imbuere. [from [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], 'to dip, plunge, sink'; 'to wet, soak'] Young links the meaning of dye to 'to dip into, to immerge, to sink into'; probably, this is a form of to dye 'to colour or paint'.
713 [seccion] 1 come un apostolato a modo di fermento, ad instar fermenti, quasi un permeare, imbuere la societa.
Filios quoque eorum, qui in regali familia nutriebantur, non minus propriis diligens, omnibus bonis moribus instituere et literis imbuere solus die noctuque inter cetera non desinebat.