Instauro, instáuras, pe. prod. instaurâre, ab Instar dictum. Tonew make or begin againe: to renelo: to reforme: to repa to reedifie. Renouare & instaurare. Cic. Instaurabat sacrum dijs loci. Tac. He went about or prepared sacrisice to the gods presidcuts of that place.In villa soa, Cicero monumentum sibi in staurauerat. Plini. Cicero had builded a toome for himselfe at his manour.Instaurare cunscam aduersus hyemem. Plin. To make or preparen e cotes against winter. Acies instaurare. Vir. To repaire his armie that is discomsited.Animum. Vir. To take hart and courage againe.Bellum aut pugnam. luuenal. Liu.To make newe prouisson for warre.Instauratas maximi belli reliquias ac renouatas audiamus.Cic. Cædem. Cic.To begin a new murder, or a freshe to attempt a murder that he was disapointed in.Choros instaurat. Vir. He beginneth to daunce a fresh, or setteth them againe on dauncing.Diem donis. Vir. He beginneth againe to doe new sacrificesEpulas terratim instaurant. Virgil. They striue who may see forth the ankets most.Funus. Vir. To begin preparation of a new funeral.Honores instaurat. Vir. He beginneth to doe new sacrifices.Iter instaurabat ad Argos. Sta. Sacrum instaurari imperat.Stat.Vias instaurare.Stat.
Lewis and Short: Latin dictionary
in-stauro, āvi, ātum, 1, v. a. [staurus, obs., = Gr. stauro/s, a paling, stake; cf. Sanscr. sthavaras, firm; root stare, i(/sthmi], to renew, repeat, celebrate anew; to repair, restore; to erect, make (syn.: renovo, integro; class.): Latinas, Cic. Q. Fr. 2, 6, 4: caedem, Auct. Or. pro Dom. 3: (with renovare) scelus pristinum, Cic. Verr. 1, 4, 11: novum de integro bellum, Liv. 37, 19, 5: infestis pugnam sagittis, Juv. 15, 74: societatem. Suet. Ner. 57: omne genus operis, auspicandi causa, Col. 11, 2, 98: cinere aut gypso instaurare vina, Plin. 14, 20, 25, 126: sibi monumenta, id. 31, 2, 3, 6: opus, id. 34, 7, 18, 46: sibi tunicas, id. 11, 23, 27, 77: instaurati animi,
, Verg. A. 2, 451: sacrum diis loci,
, Tac. H. 2, 70: dī, talia Graiis, Instaurate, i. e.