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in-sēmĭno , 1, v. a., sow or plant in, to implant (post-Aug.): “tabem et morbos visceribus,Gell. 19, 5, 3: “terra ex caelestium imbrium conceptionibus inseminata,impregnated, fertilized, Vitr. 8 praef. init.: “ex conventu Jovis inseminati et nati sunt,Arn. 2, 93; Macr. S. 1, 17, 35; 68.
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