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obsĭdātus , ūs, m. obses,
I.the condition of a hostage, hostageship (post-class.): “pater ejus diu obsidatūs pignore tentus,Amm. 16, 12, 25: “obsidatūs sorte in Syriis detentus,id. 18, 6, 20: in obsidatum datus, Schol. Juv. 2, 164.
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