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īcō īcī, īctus, ere (in class. prose only perf. system)

1 IC-, to strike, hit, smite, stab, sting: in proelio telo ictus: lapide ictus, Cs.: in turbā ictus cecidit, L.: icta securibus ilex, V.: vix icto aëre, hardly stirred, O.: e caelo ictus, by lightning.— Fig., of the feelings, only P. perf., struck, smitten: Desideriis icta fidelibus, tormented, H.: novā re consules icti, disturbed, L.: pestifero sidere icti pavebant, panic-stricken, L.: domestico volnere, family affliction, Ta.: icto Accessit fervor capiti, i. e. tipsy, H.—With foedus, to make a covenant, enter into a league: foedus, quod meo sanguine iceras: consul nobiscum foedus icit, L.: ictum iam foedus, V.

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