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in-corpŏro , āvi, ātum, 1, v. a. (postclass.).
I. To fasten or mark in or upon a body.
A. Lit.: “variae animalium effigies incorporantur,Sol. 22, 20. —
B. Trop., to incorporate: sibi, with itself (of the church), Aug. Doctr. Christi, 2, 6, 7 init.
II. To provide with a body, to embody, incorporate: “incorporatus,Prud. Cath. 12, 80.—
III. Esp., transf., to incorporate with the public funds, pay into the treasury: “eorum bonorum, quae ad fiscum pertinere dicuntur, si controversia moveatur, ante sententiam nec obsignari nec incorporari possunt,Ulp. Fragm. de Jure Fisc. 14 Huschke.—Hence, incorpŏrātus , a, um, P. a., embodied, incorporate: “divellere,Aug. Ep. 34, 5.
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