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in-jungo , xi, ctum, 3, v. a.,
I.to join into something.
I. Lit.
A. To join or fasten into: “tignos in asseres,Liv. 44, 5, 4: arborem scrobi, to set or plant into, Pall. Febr. 10, 1; “so without scrobi,id. ib. 1, 6, 5.—
B. To join with, to join, unite, attach to any thing: “vineas et aggerem muro,Liv. 37, 26, 8: “vineas moenibus,id. 5, 7, 2: “area injuncta domui,Dig. 2, 57: “pondus,to hang on, Col. 6, 2, 7: nutrienda sarmenta putator injungit, fastens on, i. e. does not cut off, Pall. 1, 6, 9.—Transf.: “injungere marem feminae,Col. 6, 37, 2.—
II. Trop.
A. To inflict, occasion, bring upon (syn. impono): “civitatibus aeternam servitutem,Caes. B. G. 7, 77: “alicui novum laborem,Liv. 5, 4, 3: “alicui onus,id. 26, 35, 9: “alicui leges,id. 39, 37, 8: “injuriam a nobis repulsam aliis,id. 3, 65, 11: “ignominiam alicui,id. 8, 32, 15: “delectus,Tac. Agr. 15: “tributum,id. G. 25: sibi tormentum, to torment one's self, Plin. Pan. 86, 1.—
B. To lay or impose upon as a burden; to charge, enjoin (syn. mando): “alicui munus comitiorum habendorum,Liv. 3, 35, 7; cf.: “injuncta imperii munera,Tac. Agr. 13: “injuncta militia,Liv. 32, 3, 4: “quid a te jucundius mihi potuit injungi, quam, etc.,Plin. Ep. 2, 18, 1: “nova alicui,id. Pan. 94, 2: “mihi Bassus injunxerat ut, etc.,id. Ep. 4, 9, 4; 4, 13, 11: “injungo mihi ut,I have determined, id. ib. 10, 55: “alicui superlationem,Val. Max. 6, 9, n. 12: nec sibi ullius rei moram necessitatemque injungebat, quin, etc., i. e. permitted nothing, however pressing, to hinder, etc., Auct. B. Alex. 44, 5: “jusjurandi religionem,to impose the obligation of an oath, Gai. Inst. 4, 181.
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