A.taking out the entrails of victims, Hdt.2.40: pl., the entrails themselves, offal, Dionys.Com.3.12; extraction of teeth, Arist.Mech.854a25, Paul.Aeg.6.28; of weapons, Gal.2.283; taking out of patients from a bath, Philum.Ven.15.8.
3. Rhet., taking exception, questioning of an adversary's arguments, Ulp. ad D.24.66.
b. in Law, = Lat. exceptio, Just.Nov.136.2.
II. place where cargoes are landed, wharf, Hyp.Fr.186, PTeb. 5.26 (ii B. C.).
III. as law-term, ἐξαιρέσεως δίκη action against one who has asserted the free birth of a slave, Is.Fr.70.