aes·tu·o[1]

  1. blaze
  2. heave
  3. to burn with desire
  4. vacillate

Similar to aestuo

  • exaestuofoam, to give forth
  • aestimoguess, reckon, to estimate
  • aestuspassionate fire
  • battuohit, knock, smack, strike, to beat
  • fatuocause to fail, to render vain
  • metuobe frightened, dread, to fear
  • mutuoprocure, to borrow
  • statuodecide, establish, make an arrangment, place, set up, to cause to stand, to establish, to give a ruling, to hold
  • constituoappoint, cause to stand, decide, establish, found, place, post, set, set up, settle, station, to arrange, to establish, to fix, to set up
  • destituoabandon, defraud, leave in the lurch, to abandon, to place