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iugulō āvī, ātus, āre

iugulum, to cut the throat, kill, slay, murder: finis iugulandi, S.: civīs iugulari iussit: homines, H.: tum rite sacratas In flammam iugulant pecudes, slaughter and throw, V.—Fig., to destroy, overthrow: Pompeianorum causa totiens iugulata: Memnona, murder (in bad verse), H.To choke off, confute, convict, silence: hominem, T.: iugulari suā confessione: Suo sibi gladio hunc iugulo, foil with his own devices, T.: gladio plumbeo, i. e. without difficulty.

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