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mingo , inxi, inctum and ictum, 3, v. a. root mig, whence also meio; cf. also the Greek μιχέω, make water, to void urine: “in me veniant mictum atque cacatum, Hor S 1, 8, 38: urina mingitur,Cels. 4, 20: ut quantum bibisset, tantum mingeret, Vop ap Bon. 14; Juv. 3, 107.—In mal. part., Cat. 67, 30.
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    • A. Cornelius Celsus, De Medicina, 4.20
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