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af-fīgo (better adf- ), ixi, ixum, 3, v. a. (affixet for affixisset, Sil. 14, 536), fix or fasten to or upon, to affix, annex, attach to; constr. with ad or dat.
II. Trop., to fix on, imprint or impress on: “aliquid animo,to impress upon the mind, Quint. 2, 7, 18, and Sen. Ep. 11: “litteras pueris,to imprint on their memory, Quint. 1, 1, 25.—Hence, adfixus , a, um, P. a.
A. Fastened to a person or thing, joined to; constr. alicui or ad rem: “jubes eum mihi esse adfixum tamquam magistro,Cic. Q. Fr. 3, 1, 6: “me sibi ille adfixum habebit,id. Fam. 1, 8: “nos in exiguā parte terrae adfixi,id. Rep. 1, 17: “anus adfixa foribus,Tib. 1, 6, 61: “Tarraconensis adfixa Pyrenaeo,situated close to, Plin. 3, 2, § 6. —Trop., impressed on, fixed to: “causa in animo sensuque meo penitus adfixa atque insita,Cic. Verr. 2, 5, 53: “quae semper adfixa esse videntur ad rem neque ab possunt separari,id. Inv. 1, 26 al.
B. In the Latin of the Pandects: adfixa , ōrum, n., the appendages or appurtenances belonging to a possession: “domum instructam legavit cum omnibus adfixis,with all pertaining thereto, all the fixtures, Dig. 33, 7, 18 fin.
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