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ănăthĕmătīzo , āre, v. a., = ἀναθεματίζω.
I. Lit., to anathematize, to put under the ban: “aliquem or aliquam rem,Aug. Ep. 75.—
II. In gen., to curse, Vulg. 1 Macc. 5, 5; ib. Marc. 14, 71.—
III. To detest: “aliquid,Hier. Ep. 75.—Form ănă-thĕmo , Aug. Serm. 164; id. Temp. 3; id. Ep. 95.
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