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iaciō iēcī, iactus, ere

IA-, to throw, cast, fling, hurl: tela, S.: lapides iaciendos curare: in alquem scyphum: in murum lapides, Cs.: pilam ponto, V.: sese Fluctibus mediis, V.: plumbum Funda iacit, O.: ancoris iactis, Cs.: talum: Venerem.— To throw up, lay, set, establish, build, found, construct, erect: aggerem, S.: urbi fundamenta, L.: aggere iacto, Cs.: muros, V.: in mare iactis molibus, Cs.To send forth, emit, produce: igniculos. —To throw away: vestem procul, O.: humi arma, O.: rudera, L.To throw, scatter, sow: semina iacta, O.: iacto semine, V.: flores, V.: oscula, Ta.: arbor poma iacit, O.—Fig., to throw, throw up, cast, bring as an accusation: contumeliam in aliquem: adulteria: Hoc in me, H.: convicia, O.To lay, set, establish: gradum atque aditum ad rem: in hac arte salutem, V.: causae fundamenta, to prepare for: rei p. fundamenta, found.—To throw out, let fall, intimate, utter, mention, declare: iaciuntur enim voces, quae, etc.: illud obscure: vera an vana, L.: Iugurtha iacit oportere, etc., S.: Talia Verba, O.: in alcius caput verba, Pr.: per ambages de lacu, express oneself, L.

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