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incīsĭo , ōnis, f. 2. incīdo.
I. A cutting into, cut, incision: “ne incisio vulnus exasperet,Ambros. in Psa. 37, § 42. —
II. Transf.
A. Rhet. t. t, an incision, i. e. a division, member, clause of a sentence, Gr. κόμμα: “de eorum (circuituum) particulis et tamquam incisionibus disserendum est,Cic. Or. 61, 206: “in incisionibus et in membris,id. ib. 64, 216; cf. incisum under 2. incido fin. C.—
B. Gramm. t. t., a cæsura, Diom. p. 496 P.—
C. A griping, colic: “interiorum,Veg. Vet. 1, 39.
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